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Old 08-06-2005, 12:25 PM
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HOK Marbilizer

Does anyone know how I can slow this stuff down?
I used this marbilizer when it was cool weather and it worked
perfectly, now that it's hot and in the 90's it dries so fast I
can't keep it wet to put the plastic wrap on it.
If it's compatible I may try a universal retarder made for my urethane.
Or maybe a real slow reducer. I can't find any info on it.

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Old 08-06-2005, 02:20 PM
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Probably not much help but there is nothing in the tech man. about adding anything to increase working time jc. MB is basically a slow drying clear with a lot of pearl. Could be your shooting a too high a PSI or not laying it thick enough causing the rapid drying. Adding a retarder might do the trick as it's been HOT down here lately and quite a few can's of that are going out the door of suppliers.
Other thing would be to work a smaller area at a time.
You can wipe it off with grease & wax remover very easy if it dosen't suite you and try it again. Which you want to be carefull with IF you do a pre clean before clearing.
Adding reducer would most likely add to it drying so I'd stay away from it.
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you can add mineral spritis to it and it will slow it down pretty good. i add it to marbilizer all the time in the summer months when i do certain effects. mineral spirits is one of the main solvents in marbilizer so your really just reducing it further.
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