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Thread: Painters, what's your favorite clearcoat?
          
   
   

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    i like the old metal flake clear .i like to pull the old stuff off the pore cap and chew on it like gum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Severson
    Thanks, gonna give it a try...
    It's a lacquer product. One thin coat, wait 30 minutes, then shoot color.

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    I' m with you on the Dc92. The stuff is nearly bullit proof. We started out using DC88 then DC89NR when the VOC regulation started being inforced in our area. Stuff buffs good fresh or wait 2weeks and it is OK. I have been using Nason's 4:1 panel repair clear at the shop at home, when the temp outside is under 20. It drys good and is really buffable. Worth a try for those of you that are painting in cooler climates in at home shops. Very forgiving for the novice.

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    When I asked about Mason products, I think the guy probally said Nason, not Mason...LOL! So is Nason any good?
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    spi uv clear . it is by far the best i've used in years. not a production clear. buff tommorow or next month. makes no difference.

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    we use standox and house of color , standox clear we use only the HS for
    " show car " paint . clear 3 coats , wet sand with 600 and re-clear 2or3 coats , then sand with 800 and let sit for 2 weeks , then start the color and and buff process , 800,1200,1500,2000,3000 and buff .
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    Nason is built by Dupont. I like their stuff and haven't had one bit of problem. I really like their self etching primers.

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