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Old 03-14-2005, 09:31 PM
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How to order SPI products

Barry, Ive got a few projects coming up and decided to use your products. You have shared more then your share of info, and I hear nothing but great reviews about your products.

I tried going throu the SPI website but couldnt get it to show up.
On your primer surfacers which one would you consider the best surfacer?
Is your high build primer compare to a poly primer like feather fill?
Basically which primer would you use on your project cars?
What about the gun tip sizes? Ive got Sata KLC 1.5 and 1.7 tips.

Iam wanting some black epoxy primer, primer surfacer, water based cleaner and even some clear.
Thanks...Eric

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> -----Original Message-----
this is what I got from Barry when I emailed my order
I ordered it on friday I got it on Wednessday

> From: Barry Kives [mailto:Barry@kives.net]
> Sent: Friday, March 04, 2005 5:02 AM
> To: Richard Shipp
> Subject: Re: Need to purchase Black Epoxy and High Build
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> Richard,
> I have forwarded this to Jeff and Terry at the warehouse, so one will call
> you.
> There # is 1-800-476-3006.
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> Thanks
> Barry
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TTT, I might order some as well. Barry, does your epoxy dry with a gloss? Bob
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I just shot the Black epoxy and it does dry with a bit of a gloss finish
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Barry you out there?
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I tried going throu the SIP website but couldn't get it to show up.
Its down til Friday some time for rework.

On your primer surfacers which one would you consider the best surfacer?

Turbo - Hands down!

Is your high build primer compare to a poly primer like feather fill?

Different ball game as feather-fill is a polyester type primer.
A 2k cannot replace the filling capacity of a polyester.

Basically which primer would you use on your project cars?
What about the gun tip sizes? Ive got Sata KLC 1.5 and 1.7 tips.

I used all of them and they will all spray out of 1.5-1,7 no problems.
I get stuck with damaged freight cans.


Iam wanting some black epoxy primer, primer surfacer, water based cleaner and even some clear.
Thanks...Eric[/QUOTE]

1-800-476-3006 Jeff EST

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TTT, I might order some as well. Barry, does your epoxy dry with a gloss? Bob
The epoxy is set up so you can adjust the gloss, from flat to semi gloss by how you wet you spray it to adding a little urethane reducer to it.
Reason is so we can match egine compartment in a mustang or a goat or any other low sheen finish with some. playing.
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