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  • #49024
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    Carl
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    Hi all just after some ideas on my little issue im having ! Just opened my own shop 2 months ago starting off small and using a home booth but with a propper booth fan ducting to roof and large filter box at end wall which works really well !
    I was using valspar clear ms at my old shop which was pretty good but would mark easy in polishing stage so i heard good things about max mayer 0200 and 0300 so bought both ? The issue is if i put heat near it via imfra red lamp even sometimes an hour after i finished painting it i get pop ! I have tried a tack coat waited for 5 mins then full coat and got it to pop so i thought maybe it was skinning over and i left it too long before my full coat ? Now i use a full closed coat first then 15 mins flash followed by another full wet coat which is giving good results but i have to leave it overnight before i lamp it ! Any of you guys use this clear in the uk without a heated booth ? Any ideas please guys as i want to stick with this clear as it buffs nice isnt too expensive and my paint company always stocks it .

    #49036
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    gunner
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    That product does not exist in my area. I know nothing about it other than I thought it was a Sherwin Wiliams spin off. If so I wonder if Sherwin has a similar product that might be more common, it would be nice to know if there was a crossover product that people on the forum might be more familiar with. Good luck!

    #49038
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    Carl
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    Its a ppg clear mate that max mayer carried on with i think

    #49040
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    gunner
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    Oh….. Well then. Lol! My bad.

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