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Re: recommended PPG Urethane paint..

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04-02-2014 06:34:54

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if high gloss is what you are after, use a glamour clear vs a regular production clear. ppg has d8152 glamour clear. i use rm dc92 here at the shop, but we shoot diamont. here is a link to d8152

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04-02-2014 06:42:03

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 Re: recommended PPG Urethane paint.. in reply to glennster, 04-02-2014 06:34:54  
great - I will check it out. Is there a way to get a good, wet look without clearing at all?

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04-02-2014 07:25:28

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 Re: recommended PPG Urethane paint.. in reply to bmagee, 04-02-2014 06:42:03  
you can get good results with just about any paint line. preparation and a good spray gun work wonders. here is an allis b in napa crossfire single stage urethane

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farmall m in crossfire

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old vette in diamont base clear with dc 92 clear

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honda del sol in house of colors candy fusia with dc92

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and my farmall cub in tractor supply alkyd enamel, no hardener. its a working tractor and wasnt worth putting 1k in paint and materials on

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