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Old 07-05-2011, 05:09 PM
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just a heads up on spi epoxy. it now has uv inhibitors so you can use it for your semi gloss finish. no more tractor paint.....

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Old 07-05-2011, 06:07 PM
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oh, you opened the flood gates on this!!!

good news though....now if barry could make it better than that por15 stuff we'd be in business!!
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Old 07-06-2011, 05:06 AM
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Fantastic.....now I dont have to paint at all...and if I do I wont need black base (the weak link) just sand the black epoxy and clear.....The best just got better...
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very nice. 10 characters
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Old 07-06-2011, 12:50 PM
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MAN !!!!! This stuff can't get any better then it was... CAN IT ????

I love this epoxy..... Great stuff here... And one Great guy standing behind it..... Thanks Mr.Barry.... I should have been using this epoxy....I will be needing more soon...

I'm not trying to sell this stuff here.... Just AMAZED How good it is.... I JUST HAVE TO TELL SOMEONE !!!!
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Old 07-06-2011, 01:02 PM
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yes it is a good and worth the smart *** remarks you have to put up with for liking it. not a bad bandwagon to be on if you ask me.
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yes it is a good and worth the smart *** remarks you have to put up with for liking it. not a bad bandwagon to be on if you ask me.

Shine... If someone has anything to say bad about it... Well !!!! Let's just say they have no idea what they are missing.. I ''WILL'' ride the bandwagon...
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I'll jump on that wagon too!
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Old 07-06-2011, 01:48 PM
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I use the SPI epoxy

On all my stuff.great product and Barry seems like a decent fella,spoke with him a few times.
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You know whats funny? I've never heard anyone say anything bad at all about it,other than how we sound cultish,But when you use a product that is so much better than anything you've used in your entire career you just gotta turn other people on to it. Who cares how we sound, we're right. I've been using this epoxy for many years and I can tell you there is no other epoxy thats as good as SPI....NONE...Now with the UV protection its a hotrodders dream primer ....I wasnt kidding when I said I going to clear directly over it... Does it come in triple black???? Very smart move Barry...
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I get comments occasionally now that I have switched completely to SPI. Usually is it something similar to "how can a company even compete more or less have better products than PPG or the like with millions in R&D". I am sold after using different products...sure can't find anything better in the price. I love the SPI epoxy most of all, so this is very good news.
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the answer to that is, the same way a guy in his garage in the back yard can create award winning show cars just like the guy in his million dollar facility.

I'll keep paying half the price for quality products (just as good or better than ppg, akzo, basf) while the others that continue to be in disbelief help pay for the million dollar shop down the street and their $100k paint booths.
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That is very true. You are not paying for the sponsorships, ad revenue, and corporate CEO salaries. No thousand dollar hammers here, just quality products. The SPI primer and epoxy is about the same price as what I was paying from a "name-brand" company, but the quality is much better. I don't know all of the chemical formulas or do corrosion tests, but from what I can tell I am very happy - ease of spraying, excellent sandability, and a very adaptable product to whatever I am trying to accomplish. One of the biggest advantages to SPI is their customer support. Quick to answer any questions and very fast shipping...I get my order in two days.

That said, I would probably kill a kitten for a 100K paint booth.
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Well, guys think barry just showed up out of no where and started making paint. He's been in the paint manufacturing business many years before spi and knows his stuff.

You cant find another paint company that gives such support and actually cares about their customers. Someone show me and i'll shut up. You never get a bs "corporate" answer.
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