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Old 03-14-2004, 07:50 PM
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House of Kolor Catalylists???

What is the difference between KU-100 and KU-150??? I have called the teck dept. at HOK and the chick says to use KU-100 in my KO II sealer and in my UC35 clear but the tech sheet says to use KU-150 only for both these products. In John Cosmoski's book he says you can sub in the KU100 instead of the KU-150 for the UC35 clear. What the heck is the difference. My jobber says the KU150 is California junk and I should use the KU100 nomater what. Anybody know what the difference is between these 2???

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Hi zach,
Call the tech line again and ask to speak with Denny Christenson.
He was one of Jon's painters when he was still running the shop, then took on the tech line after Valspar bought HOK. Denny is the most knowledgeable guy they've got and last I knew of, was the only guy taking tech calls. Perhaps that's changed. I haven't spoke with him in a while. I think I used KU-150 last HOK job I did, but if it's only VOC restrictions that prohibit California users from using KU-100, then use it. You could probably use the KU-150 and slightly over reduce it to get better results, but I'm not 100% sure. I'll try checking into it myself, as I've got one about ready to paint with House of Kolor kandies.

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Thanks Randy

Thanks for the advice Randy, I will ask for Denny tomorrow. She seemed to give me the impression that the 150 would lock up too quick especially with the uc35 clear but the tech sheets say to use 150 only! I would like to use the 100 as it is cheaper but my main thing is I want to use the right one for my aplication and booth conditions
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