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Re: Omni products questions

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04-04-2014 19:24:57

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You are probably correct,CNKS since everything is relative, it only makes sense that my opinions are based on comparisons to other products and also skill levels. That's one reason it is hard to give a good answer to questions on here and sometimes I just go on by and let someone else answer...and sometimes not so much.

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04-06-2014 06:59:12

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 Re: Omni products questions in reply to B-maniac, 04-04-2014 19:24:57  
I did play a little a couple days ago with the Omni urethane top coat. Just bought one quart to see how it went on so I did a battery box. While happy with the lay of the paint I certainly was not impressed with coverage. I think I will take your advise and look at the PPG. Unless the added cost is ridiculas It may be best for me for one simple reason being fatigue. I'm not known for my patience, so I can see getting sloppy "angry" by the third or so coat. Then all my previous hard work will just have runs or orange peel to show for it. I am going to be doing this with the shop doors open because of the nasty fumes, so the faster done-the better also. Now, can I use up the Omni I bought and go over it with PPG ok? Thanks for all the useful comments and experience. You don't get hands on comments from the paint store.

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