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Old 02-12-2013, 07:51 AM   #1
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Default Wow! Can this be real?!Or another catch?

I wonder if this is another good video,or the actual good product that seals everything that well?its pretty amazing looking stuff! Did you ever heard of it?any reviews?


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Wow, looks like a billion dollar product.....how bout roofing shingles. Wonder how long it last when applied?
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this looks like a product perfect for inventive painters to use. i could see a serious sideline (or even full-time) business applying this stuff.
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I want some on my paint shoes.
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We are discussing this at one of our forums. General consensus is because it dries hazy and is a fragile coating, it has very limited application. They say it rubs off with your hands. It is also a two step process that needs to be done with an air-assisted HVLP.
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We are discussing this at one of our forums. General consensus is because it dries hazy and is a fragile coating, it has very limited application. They say it rubs off with your hands. It is also a two step process that needs to be done with an air-assisted HVLP.
Thats is why is not perfect! For some reason I am going to order a quart and test to see what this commercialized animal can do.

Like my old pops said,there is no miracles in life,if it looks to be good to be true,it is!
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How much is it?
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looks like the perfect anti-graffiti coating!!

A tagger would be so pissed when the spray paint falls off the wall
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Spray it on the walls and trim at your competetors jobs sites...
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How much is it?
For both required parts...
149.00 a quart
519.00 a gallon
2594.00 for 5gal
14,937.00 for 30gal
26,660.47 for 55gal

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For both required parts...
149.00 a quart
519.00 a gallon
2594.00 for 5gal
14,937.00 for 30gal
26,660.47 for 55gal
Ouch...
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For both required parts...
149.00 a quart
519.00 a gallon
2594.00 for 5gal
14,937.00 for 30gal
26,660.47 for 55gal

Serious?....guess I'll just keep my project to a few 5'ers then.
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What's the spread rate? If it is like 1000 or more than its not so bad
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Spread rate, from what I remember reading is under 150 s.f./gal.
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