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Tisco Flambeau Red Case Paint

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05-15-2012 16:17:37

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Had some questions on the Tisco Flambeau Red
paint available through this site.
(description below)

Q. Can it be sprayed? If so, what do you thin it with?

Q. Anyone try putting an automotive
clear coat over it?

Q. How much paint is necessary
to do an SC Case?

Thanks, Tom
Paint, Flambeau Red, 1 Gallon - From TISCO, providing OEM quality. High Strength air dry enamel with Alkyd resins to assure durability. Fade resistant, smooth uniform film characteristics. (Part No: TP140GAL)

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Bill talbert

05-16-2012 09:35:30

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 Re: Tisco Flambeau Red Case Paint in reply to Tomfg, 05-15-2012 16:17:37  
Here is a number for desert Sunset!!! B17652LF !!!! This is from CNH or Case!!! Ok I have ran into dealers that well only order paint at certain times!! Also ran into dealers who stock it!! I do paint tractors and use this because it's close in the right color!!! Yes you can have your auto paint store color match as close as possible????

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Duner Wi

05-16-2012 05:46:26

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 Re: Tisco Flambeau Red Case Paint in reply to Tomfg, 05-15-2012 16:17:37  
I have sprayed alkyd enamel with harder and it worked for 9-11 years outside before the urethane clear started to delaminate.
day 1 spray alkyd with enamel hardener.
day 2 scuff and spray second coat.
day 3 scuff and spray urethane clear. Day 4 scuff and spray second coat clear.
You have to rely on mechanical grip for the urethane clear to adhere to alkyd as urethane won't cross link to enamel.
I have never tried this on cast iron, only tin.
My primer is also 2 part or aged lacquer type.
No guarantee it will work for anybody else.

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B Devol

05-15-2012 20:16:44

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 Re: Tisco Flambeau Red Case Paint in reply to Tomfg, 05-15-2012 16:17:37  
If you spray with an alkyd enamel color, it should ONLY be clear coated witn an alkyd enamel clear coat! The reason being the alkd resins cure more slowly than automotive finishes. The automotive clear will dry(cure) resulting having solvents traped from the alkyd. As these try to excape you will end up with a wrinkle finish

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05-16-2012 06:07:30

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 Re: Tisco Flambeau Red Case Paint in reply to B Devol, 05-15-2012 20:16:44  
I was wondering about that. When I painted the top of my pickup cab with Acrylic Enamel, it was suggested I wait a month before I clear coated it. I did so, and it turned out okay.
Will try to read up onthe Van Syckle brand of paint. Thanks all.

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05-15-2012 18:17:01

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 Re: Tisco Flambeau Red Case Paint in reply to glr62, 05-15-2012 16:17:37  
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Do you have a number for Desert Sunset?

I have used Omni urethane on cars, tough stuff! Reasonable too.

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Bill talbert

05-15-2012 17:55:53

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 Re: Tisco Flambeau Red Case Paint in reply to Tomfg, 05-15-2012 16:17:37  
Ppg paints !!! Omni line 71282 is the paint number!! This is a urethane paint!!! It's got excellent gloss!!!! Easy to spray with hvlp paint gun!!!!!!! And it's not cheap paint!!!

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Adirondack case guy

05-15-2012 17:05:45

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 Re: Tisco Flambeau Red Case Paint in reply to Tomfg, 05-15-2012 16:17:37  
There is far better paint than that. Alkaline paints are very prone to fading. CNH offers synthetic enamal which resists fading very well, flows nicely. It is an 8 to 1 mix and I use a liberal shot of hardner in each gun full, further reducing the ratio. The CNH Power Red paint is slightly reder than Flambeau. John Saeli can supply you with excellent quality paint also. You can order it from him. JSAELIE@ROCHESTER.RR.COM

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05-15-2012 19:13:29

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 Re: Tisco Flambeau Red Case Paint in reply to Adirondack case guy, 05-15-2012 17:05:45  
I was going to go with Urethane, and have the Flambeau code for the Crossfire brand (Martin Senour)but it gets spendy with paint, the hardeners, thinners, gun cleaners, etc.
I have some clear coat left over from painting my truck, so was just wondering if I could use the Tisco and put the clear over it to make it move durable and fade resistant. I'll try to read up on CNH paint.

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John Saeli

05-16-2012 04:34:30

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 Re: Tisco Flambeau Red Case Paint in reply to Tomfg, 05-15-2012 19:13:29  
Tisco sells the better grade of Enamel paint made by Van Sickle. Put hardener with it, & then clear coat.

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