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Old 01-18-2013, 08:48 PM
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Originally Posted by 302 Z28 View Post
PPG DPLF epoxy is crap that is the best thing you can say about it. In a thread on the build of my 34 I showed how DPLF even after sitting on a hood in my garage for six months wiped right off with a lacquer thinner soaked rag. I was told that I didnt mix it right or didnt apply it right., which was pure baloney. I removed all the PPG epoxy primer from my hood and replaced it with SPI which will not rub off with a lacquer thinner soaked rag. PPG paint is first rate but they really need to do some work on their epoxy primer because it is far from durable.

I just used my first SPI epoxy on the cowl and really liked it. The original DP was really good and I loved it but the DLPF is a completely different product.

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