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Old 10-26-2005, 05:06 PM
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Hodgepodge of paint

Well, I have a couple of gallons of Dupont 2K Fulthane paint in my garage and I don't (have not found) a local Dupont rep to go see, so I am hoping I can get a little info from you guys.

1) Is this a single stage or BC/CC system?
2) Is there another brand of hardner & reducer I can use that will work with this stuff (non-Dupont, maybe PPG or SPI or ?)
3) I have some epoxy primer that I did an Acrylic enamel job with (PPG Omni MP170 I think), can this be used under the Nason Fulthane or do I need to get something different?

One last thing... I have a gallon of grabber blue and a gallon of snow white, can these be mixed to create a light blue color? Will they still use the same mixing ratios?

I did do a search, but these questions were not answered in the posts I found.

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is it nason? nason's single stage is ful-thane. u can use any urethane reduce for it. i would definatly get the proper activatior for it.. also u can mix the white and the blue together to make a light blue.. and the mix ratio for paint and reducer and hardner would be the same as if u used the blue or white by itself.
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Yes, it is Nason, sorry I guess I forgot to put that in the original post. Thaks for the response! What about my question on the epoxy primer? I want to make sure it will work before I waste material and obviously I will be applying the primer first... Any good online sources for Dupont Nason 2K FulThane products? As I said I have not found a local Dupont jobber to work with, so any help here would be great too.
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