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View Poll Results: Sourthern Polyurethane: Ultimate review
I am Very happy with the primers. 12 50.00%
I am Very happy with the epoxys. 16 66.67%
I am Very happy with the clears. 13 54.17%
I am Not happy with the primers. 1 4.17%
I am Not happy with the epoxys. 1 4.17%
I am Not happy with the clears. 1 4.17%
I dont know a paint gun from a postage stamp. 3 12.50%
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Old 01-19-2006, 01:34 AM
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Sourthern Polyurethane: Ultimate Review

Please only reply to this if you have used SPI's products.
I am extremely interested in becoming a jobber here. But first want to see what you all think who have put Barrys stuff to the test. I dont want $2000 worth of paint i cant move.
From what i have heard, i would be hard pressed to find 1 negative comment.
In reference to the clears, leave as specific details as your fingers will allow.
Flow out, DOI, Buff Ability, and basic ease of use.

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Im have used epoxy, universal clear, 2k high build primer and the basecoats.. i must say that the universal clear is the only clear i would use on a show car. It really shines great sands and buffs super easy and has soo much depth.

The epoxy adheres like no other and is really user friendly. cost is decent as well.

Turbo 2k primer has gotten me out of many binds with time etc. it builds well sands great and is easy to work with.

The basecoats cover very well.. 2 coats of red covers white sealer and the black is the blackest ive seen.

A++ on all these.
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Old 01-19-2006, 03:50 AM
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I have used the Turbo Primer, Universal Clear, and Red Base Coat. I have a car I am getting ready to paint with the Black Base also. I love the stuff, and would think that, once you get people there to try it, you should have no problems selling it.

The hard part may be getting established, and getting around the Dupont, PPG and other large pushers.

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I havn't used the epoxy yet so didn't vote on that,, but happy with the others..
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I would like to try it. Is there anyone in the west Michigan area that sells it?
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I am still waiting for a free sample to try.

Hey no harm in asking !

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I would suggest looking here for info specific to his products


SPI PRODUCT REVIEWS
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Agreed you can find out much here

http://spi.forumup.org/index.php?mforum=spi

This site is not ran by Barry or his company, however it was created by spi users who enjoy talking and learning together... There are some very knowledgeable people there already...you can ask Barry or those there who use the stuff and get the straight shot
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I have used the univeral clear and I'm very happy with the results. I don't use any other clear since I've used SPI. Love it.
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Yes the forum is very resourcefull, and if you can't find what your looking for just ask..
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wish there was a jobber in nj

I thiink Barry K would clean up.miike
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I'm curious to see what the few people that voted not to like it, didn't like about the product.. I've had no complaints yet...
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Who is "Timer"?

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Who is "Timer"?
I see you haven't been here for a real long time. Do a search of that users prior posts and read through them. I haven't tried spi yet, but enough people saying good about it that I plan to one of these days.

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I would think Timer just got himself one step closer to being banned.
We all know he has never used SPI products before.
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