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    WHAT IS GOOD TO USE
    i HAVE BEEN SHOOTING OMNI IT LOOKS GOOD AND LAYS GREAT BUT DULLS DOWN AND ALWAYS HAVE TO POLISH TO KEEP THE SHINE...
    IS THERE ANY GOOD CLEARS OUT THERE YOU WOULD USE.. AND DON'T COST THAT MUCH.. THANK YOU
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    southernpolyurethanes.com , SPI clear . I like the Euro 2020 and the universal. They are pretty cheap and are really good clears!
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    YALL EVER HERE ABOUT THE BRAND "FINISH ONE" BY ACME FC470?
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    Originally posted by blazen89@Aug 2 2010, 11:32 PM~18213341
    YALL EVER HERE ABOUT THE BRAND "FINISH ONE" BY ACME FC470?
    $60 with the hardener at Napa paint store. I like the way it lays down, I've only had it on a couple months though.
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    Originally posted by Lord Duez@Aug 2 2010, 11:19 PM~18213649
    $60 with the hardener at Napa paint store. I like the way it lays down, I've only had it on a couple months though.
    no shit 60 bucks thats crazy..
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    Gonna try transtar next $120 bucks with hardner
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    Originally posted by BLACK CHERRY@Aug 3 2010, 09:20 AM~18214737
    Gonna try transtar next $120 bucks with hardner
    SPI is cheaper and better guarantee it!

    If you want to get something cheap the euro 20/20 is the best bang for your buck. I spray it every day.

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    Originally posted by Big Doe@Aug 3 2010, 04:31 PM~18219281
    SPI is cheaper and better guarantee it!

    If you want to get something cheap the euro 20/20 is the best bang for your buck. I spray it every day.
    thanks look into who are you getting it from.. I have a finishmaster account..
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    Originally posted by Big Doe@Aug 3 2010, 05:31 PM~18219281
    SPI is cheaper and better guarantee it!

    If you want to get something cheap the euro 20/20 is the best bang for your buck. I spray it every day.
    x2 i hate transtar clears! spi is the way to go, thansk for turning me on to their product!!!

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    2021 ppg
    Fuck a RECESSION a REAL HU$TLER make shit HAPPEND!

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    yea ppg is the way to go .. on mine but for the hood that dont want to pay top dolla and need a quick paint job dont wanna use that cheap think cheap but good
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    Originally posted by BLACK CHERRY+Aug 5 2010, 05:30 PM~18237820-->
    thanks look into who are you getting it from.. I have a finishmaster account..
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    http://www.southernpolyurethanes.com/
    directly from the company. free shipping 2-3 days

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    x2 i hate transtar clears! spi is the way to go, thansk for turning me on to their product!!!
    You cant beat their clears no matter what. Thats all i use, no matter what the job is, they got you covered.

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    Anyone used the SPI voc compliant clear yet?
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    Originally posted by lowdeville@Aug 7 2010, 12:20 PM~18251561
    Anyone used the SPI voc compliant clear yet?
    There's a review of it on the forums linked from their site.

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    Originally posted by lowdeville@Aug 7 2010, 10:20 AM~18251561
    Anyone used the SPI voc compliant clear yet?
    i have! its great , sprays like the universal
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    has any1 used dupont chroma clear ??? and if so wut you guys think about it ???

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    Originally posted by lino51@Aug 10 2010, 08:44 PM~18278317
    has any1 used dupont chroma clear ??? and if so wut you guys think about it ???
    Overpriced

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    Originally posted by lino51@Aug 10 2010, 06:44 PM~18278317
    has any1 used dupont chroma clear ??? and if so wut you guys think about it ???
    Good shit. Smells good too.
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    Originally posted by lino51@Aug 10 2010, 06:44 PM~18278317
    has any1 used dupont chroma clear ??? and if so wut you guys think about it ???
    its decent... but for the $ THERES ALOT better clears

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    used some limco today worked out nice real thin like water ..
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