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Old 03-04-2008, 11:08 AM
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I agree with everything you said.
But single stage can be repaired just like basecoat, you just have to wait
a little longer, 30 to 60 min usually.
It's a lot faster drying than enamel, don't compare to that,
they may both be single stage paints but they are totally different.
Urethane sets up hard as a rock, very quickly.
I paint in a garage and dirt is always a problem,
I can't use a paint I can't repair.

I would never argue that base coat is not easier, for sure it is,
and all the collision repairs I do I use a name brand base coat, Chromabase.
I would never use urethane for a repair.
And for any newbies I would recommend base because of it's easyness,
and being more foolproof.
But.............
That's not the topic here!
He's asking if he can clear coat urethane.
So that's what I'm answering.

Last edited by jcclark; 03-04-2008 at 11:51 AM.
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