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Antique Tractor Paint and Bodywork

Urethane vs acrylic

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Marty Whitworth

09-28-2012 11:14:03
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Is urethane by Ppg a better choice over acrylic to paint a show tractor , rare Oliver el toro? Also, does urethane accept clear coating vey well? What PSI pressure should be going to the gun , I assume about 10 psi will be coming out of the gun , thanks to anyone with the proper info




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CNKS

09-28-2012 17:14:52
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 Re: Urethane vs acrylic in reply to Marty Whitworth, 09-28-2012 11:14:03  
PPG has acrylic urethane and acrylic enamel, urethane is better in the same line of paints, such as Omni, not sure they have acrylic enamel in the higher lines. You can clear coat single stage urethane, but there is no need to as clear is mixed with the paint. Guns differ, use the pressure marked on the gun or in the accompaning literature. Do not deviate from that number.



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Jason S.

09-29-2012 05:10:00
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 Re: Urethane vs acrylic in reply to CNKS, 09-28-2012 17:14:52  
Unless they have quit making it recently Delstar was PPG"s premium acrylic enamel. As far as which one to use urethane will keep its shine longer exposed to the elements and being used but since it"s a show tractor and won"t ever see the elements then it wouldn"t really make a difference.



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CNKS

09-29-2012 07:23:23
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 Re: Urethane vs acrylic in reply to Jason S., 09-29-2012 05:10:00  
Delstar is more expensive and likely better than Omni urethane. Same with DuPont Centari acrylic enamel being better than Nason urethane. Centari is still available, not sure of Delstar.



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Bob in Mi.

10-06-2012 06:15:36
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 Re: Urethane vs acrylic in reply to CNKS, 09-29-2012 07:23:23  
Centari better than Nason Urathane, please explain this....



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