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Old 11-05-2015, 03:13 PM   #71
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Yes we did this ages ago and the "resin" is not expensive, which is why we don't make our product expensive
So your glaze contains this urethan resin also?
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So any news or has anybody tried kamikaze and wolfs and can compare?
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I got a little more info but basically it needs a coating type product to look in the fillers

But it needs to be a solvent free coating so as not to interefere with the fillers so you're solely stuck to the one brand

I'm curious to try the wolfs chemicals version and see if it'll allow something like gtechniq or Cquartz coatings, although I think this might be a bit too hopeful
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Mix and match doesn't usually work very well regarding coatings.
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Old 09-07-2015, 03:11 PM   #75
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So your glaze contains this urethan resin also like Kamikaze range?
Really??
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Old 09-07-2015, 04:27 PM   #76
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I got a little more info but basically it needs a coating type product to look in the fillers

But it needs to be a solvent free coating so as not to interefere with the fillers so you're solely stuck to the one brand

I'm curious to try the wolfs chemicals version and see if it'll allow something like gtechniq or Cquartz coatings, although I think this might be a bit too hopeful
I'll try this. I have the nano glaze and cquk, so will test this on durability next to cquk on clean paint and next to bodyguars on nano glaze. Let's see which hold on the best
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I'll try this. I have the nano glaze and cquk, so will test this on durability next to cquk on clean paint and next to bodyguars on nano glaze. Let's see which hold on the best
What happened?
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