did you shoot the adherto agent on before you shot the clear on if not thats your problemOriginally posted by old_school_48@Jul 26 2003, 02:23 AM
has anyone else been having problems with house of kolor clears peeling? i've had to redo two rides now and i have heard of many other local shops having this same problem
no the clear is apllied well within the window. i have heard from a couple other people that is it a problem from HOK and their clear does not want to stick to their paint.Originally posted by sabre@Jul 26 2003, 03:37 AM
dosn't sound good ,, R u letting the base dry to much before applying the clear ..
The glasurit clear is ok, we used to use it at our other shop for a little while as a trial. Out of all the clears I have been around, Sikkens has some very durable and good clears. Our painters at work swear by the Ditzler clear coat as being able to lay down very flat and smooth. the HOK clears are too yellow from all the uv crap they got in them!Originally posted by sabre@Jul 27 2003, 11:50 PM
Ok ,, So HOK have shit clear ,, Have any of you tried the glasurith clears ,, I don't use them but have been told they are exceptional and flow out highly smooth ,, another I've used is the MIPA which I don't know If you have their Its only a small brand from germany but they also make an exceptional clear for very cheap ...
I use a special clear you can't buy over the shelf so I've never had much problem with tryin to find a good clear ..
It's a shame your not from Aussie land ,, I'd of sent you some of my clear for you to try out ..Originally posted by skandalouz@Jul 28 2003, 02:35 PM
ya, it flows out real nice, but if you need to polish it you need to get to it within a couple of days because it gets hard fast. It has to be one of the most durable clears out there.