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Old 01-08-2013, 12:25 AM
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rcl polly prime Vs featherfill

working on a custom harley with a stock tank that had been stretched and a taildragger fender. Both of which are very rough. looking to pick up another gallon of polly and have always used PCL. WHat are your thoughs or how does featherfill compare ?

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Pick up some Duratec, one of the best poly primers I have ever used and I have used quite a few. Sands so easy you won't beleive it.
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PLC is not nearly as thick as featherfill and featherfill is not as thick as Slicksand. PLC in my opinion sands better than both. With Featherfill you sometimes have to wait longer than expected to sand. You'll think it's ready but you put a block on it and it's not. Don't have that with PLC. With PLC you'll need a scale to mix.
So you got two completely different types of hardeners. Featherfill will help more imperfections.
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What exactly is "PLC"? Is that a name brand or an abbreviation for the type it is?

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