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02-01-2013 03:47:22

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Steven Newell = The Van S paint developed the white film sitting inside the barn, out of the sun, over many months, maybe 6 - 8 months. initiqlly it went on perfect, no runs no drips no errors, but s I went back to admire what I"d done I began to see the film. Nothing in tha air, no smoke, no heat, no anything else.... no heat in the barn, and it happened on each and every of maybe 20 cans of spray Van Sickle, over a 6 month period.

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02-01-2013 13:30:51

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 Re: paint in reply to FBH44, 02-01-2013 03:47:22  
Wow, I'm at a loss to offer an explanation for that. The paint must have been defective. Even cheap walmart paint would have held up better than that.

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If your tractor is red or orange,(I assume red) that is the most likely to oxidize / turn white. The straight enamels with red toner and pigment are the most likely to get beat up by time. That is why it is recommend to use the hardeners today. Unfortunately you cant catalyze aerosol paint.

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 Re: paint in reply to FBH44, 02-01-2013 03:47:22  
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You painted a tractor with rattle cans and you are mad because you didn't get a quality final product?

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