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Old 02-25-2012, 08:21 AM
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Originally Posted by 1putt
Hmmm may need to look into that one instead. The PPG DP50LF was $90/qt with the cat-thought that was a little high.

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Originally Posted by 67Elcamino
I do notice a huge Gap in Epoxy primers.. from close to $100 a quart to $40 a quart.

Is cheap Epoxy better than no Epoxy? If SPI is as good as they say that is a killer deal and wish I would of started that route when I began my project.

I believe there was a previous post where someone stated that once cured you can swipe with Laquer thinner to test the quality?
SPI is THE epoxy as far as I am concerned. As with any product use it properly, follow the manufacturers recommendations.

SPI ships FREE to your doorstep if you do not have a local distributor.
A little mentioned product is their urethane reducers. They are made from virgin ingrediants and are superior to any other reducers I have used. The cost is far easier on my wallet too.

Check out their pricing @ http://www.southernpolyurethanes.com/Pricing%20Info.htm.. And remember always compare pricing of paints as sprayable quanities as the mixing differences make it hard to compare otherwise.
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