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07-12-2012 12:15:55

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any idea what clear they used? its possible they did not put enough clear on and its too transparent. as far as the swirl marks, either they used too rough a pad for the final buffing, or didnt buff it enough. it should not have swirlmarks.

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07-12-2012 17:28:17

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 Re: paint issues with pictures. in reply to glennster, 07-12-2012 12:15:55  
On the 2005 GMC he said they used PPG Concept, I assume the clear was that too. I had to ask him if he used Concept, when he had trouble remembering which PPG product he used. Only red flag I got from him before he did the work. On the 2002 Grand Cherokee BASF was used, don't know about the 1992 GMC. As you and B Maniac know, a body shop is only as good as the employees.

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07-13-2012 10:19:46

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 Re: paint issues with pictures. in reply to CNKS, 07-12-2012 17:28:17  
we used ppg concept years ago before we switched to diamont. concept clear would darken the panels, ppg rep said it was because they used more uv inhibitors. also, concept would almost never match mixing the formula, it would have to be tinted. i suspect the base coat was shot down the bedside and the painter didnt tint, hoping the break off at the cab corner would hide the mis match. 2001 was probably the clear they shot.

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