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Post by Cracker Larry on Tue Apr 21, 2015 2:20 pm

Joel, what is the difference between the 99-ST-Gloss and the 99-BA1-Clear? What applications would you choose one over the other? And do you stock both? I need some.

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Post by Cracker Larry on Wed Apr 22, 2015 8:36 am

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Post by Admin - Shine on Wed Apr 22, 2015 10:35 am

Cracker Larry wrote:Joel, what is the difference between the 99-ST-Gloss and the 99-BA1-Clear? What applications would you choose one over the other? And do you stock both? I need some.

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Hi Larry,

The ST is thicker and designed for wood coating with a higher build - goes on a lot thicker.  The 99-BA1-Clear is the normal topcoat without pigments.  I am not certain if there is much difference other than the viscosity.  They both use the same catalyst and accelerator.

I would use the ST gloss to build a clear coat over wood. The 99-BA1-Clear is what I used over the jet boat to tie all the colors together and to protect the epoxy that covered the wood strips. The BA1-clear is also what I used on my front door (it already had a lot of epoxy build on it)

We have both in stock !

I hope that answers the question.
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Post by Cracker Larry on Wed Apr 22, 2015 12:35 pm

Thanks Joel. I've used some of both and can't tell much difference between them.

I'll place an order today. Is my custom builder discount still in effect?

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Post by Admin - Shine on Wed Apr 22, 2015 1:00 pm

Cracker Larry wrote:Thanks Joel. I've used some of both and can't tell much difference between them.

I'll place an order today. Is my custom builder discount still in effect?

Yes Sir. I will make sure the discount is applied - plus free shipping (at least for the rest of this month Smile )

It can go out today if you like....
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Post by Cracker Larry on Wed Apr 22, 2015 1:11 pm

Order placed by email. Thanks!!

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Post by Cracker Larry on Tue May 12, 2015 8:25 am

Another little EMC project. 2 coats of clear over cypress on the swim platform. I really like this stuff! It will get 2 more and then Grip-Tex non-skid.


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Post by Admin - Shine on Tue May 12, 2015 9:57 am

Very pretty, and those foam brushes are the best tool for the stuff Smile Thanks for posting
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Post by Cracker Larry on Thu May 14, 2015 5:40 pm

Thanks Joel. Nicest clear coat I've ever worked with. If it holds up as well as it looks, life is good!

Is the Quantum 99 brushing activator available in pints? I need a little more. If not, send me a quart. Bill this one to me.

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Post by Admin - Shine on Thu May 14, 2015 5:46 pm

Cracker Larry wrote:Thanks Joel. Nicest clear coat I've ever worked with. If it holds up as well as it looks, life is good!

Is the Quantum 99 brushing activator available in pints? I need a little more. If not, send me a quart. Bill this one to me.

Hey Larry, it should hold up as well as the topcoat, which was originally formulated for aircraft, so Im betting it will hold as well as anything else.

They do not offer pints of catalyst, sorry, only quarts.

I will make an order and send an invoice. I think I need to run the payment for that big woodflour order too Smile mind if I combine them?
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Post by Cracker Larry on Thu May 14, 2015 6:07 pm

Not a bit, send me the bill for both. You should have my card on file. I used a little bit of Wayne's materials on a personal project that I need to replace, to finish his boat up.

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