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Re: majic paint problems

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Ted rauh

03-16-2013 13:47:42

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I guess at this point the question is do I sandblasWhat paintt the paint and primer off or give this paint another week or two to adhere. what paint does everyone recommend. This is on a old hay rake that I was planning on useing in a couple months.

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03-31-2013 22:35:57

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 Re: majic paint problems in reply to Ted rauh, 03-16-2013 13:47:42  
I just sprayed my tractor with Majic paint five days ago,and I can still easily scrape it off with my fingernail. I did not add hardener. Also this was not over primer. I too need to know what to do next.

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Stephen Newell

03-16-2013 16:11:46

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 Re: majic paint problems in reply to Ted rauh, 03-16-2013 13:47:42  
The paint is adhered as well right now as it's going to get. You could keep touching up the paint as it comes off or go ahead and take it off and start over. If it were me I would go ahead and use it like it is and at the end of the season sandblast it and do it over. As far as recommending a paint, that would depend on if you could get the means of spraying the paint. If so I would recommend Sher Kem enamel from Sherwin Williams. If you are going to brush it I would use their industrial maintenance enamel.

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