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Old 07-03-2013, 09:16 PM
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I see you STILL have shat in my punch bowl.. For me..

Your stupidity didn't work the first time here,, What makes this any different ???

Your only showing people the real you..

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It's all good...
I'm not a english professor..But I think you spelled niether (neither) wrong..

I was always told,, ''Before you tell someone else to clean up their back yard,, It's best to clean your first''...
That was supposed to be funny,Randy .. the no E comment, but your absolutely right.....and, just to prove you can learn something from anybody, here's something from a 9th grade drop out.
.I before E except after C or when sounded as A like in neighbor and way*%%$# weigh...what ever happened to our spell check button anyways...
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I see you STILL have shat in my punch bowl.. For me..

Your stupidity didn't work the first time here,, What makes this any different ???

Your only showing people the real you..

If You have a problem with me, shoot me a PM..ARE STAY OFF MY A** !!!!! I hope you under stood this..
But my shat was strawberry flavored....I was just joking. I thought I was supposed to lighten up so that's what I was doing...

I don't have a problem with anybody here, especially you! I understood my wrong, made my apology...you can carry on however you wish with nothing but my support and amiability. I thought that was the great difference between men and women... We duke it out, and then forget about it 2 minutes later!

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That was supposed to be funny,Randy .. the no E comment, but your absolutely right.....and, just to prove you can learn something from anybody, here's something from a 9th grade drop out.
.I before E except after C or when sounded as A like in neighbor and way*%%$# weigh...what ever happened to our spell check button anyways...
I did take YOUR'S as a joke...
That's why I joked back with you as well..
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Old 07-04-2013, 09:20 AM
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Man, both of you guys need to reload your humor app.

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That was supposed to be funny,Randy .. the no E comment, but your absolutely right.....and, just to prove you can learn something from anybody, here's something from a 9th grade drop out.
.I before E except after C or when sounded as A like in neighbor and way*%%$# weigh...what ever happened to our spell check button anyways...
I love the English language "rules". "I before E" except of course in weight, height an many others. What good is a "rule" when it only works some of the time?

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Old 07-05-2013, 07:24 AM
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LOL ,I was never much for following the rules but I always knew what the rules were when I broke them.....
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Would just like to post some results of a test I did on one of my last jobs using SPI as a final blocking primer. To start I purposely used SPI on 3/4 of the car then used Evercoats Uro fil on the other 2 panels to see if there would be any difference in shrinkage or sand scratch swelling. Now it has been about 7 months and every panel with SPI on it is just as clear as when finished buffing, but the 2K panels have shrunken a bit. And I would rather not say but did fill a pretty deep scratch with the SPI and no evidence of any problems at all with that particular panel. Now the 2K panels were not a very deep scratch (220) but do see considerable swelling.Nothing that another cut and buff wont get rid, anyways just more proof of how good this stuff really is.
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Old 07-05-2013, 03:12 PM
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Would just like to post some results of a test I did on one of my last jobs using SPI as a final blocking primer. To start I purposely used SPI on 3/4 of the car then used Evercoats Uro fil on the other 2 panels to see if there would be any difference in shrinkage or sand scratch swelling. Now it has been about 7 months and every panel with SPI on it is just as clear as when finished buffing, but the 2K panels have shrunken a bit. And I would rather not say but did fill a pretty deep scratch with the SPI and no evidence of any problems at all with that particular panel. Now the 2K panels were not a very deep scratch (220) but do see considerable swelling.Nothing that another cut and buff wont get rid, anyways just more proof of how good this stuff really is.
That is my kinda test, excellent! Of course it's limited to the subjects which are SPI and Evercoat and not other brands. What SPI primer did you use?

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Brian I used there grey epoxy primer which is one of three colors available and it is a 1 to 1 mix. Sprayed 3 wet coats unreduced about 30 min apart then blocked out about a week and a half later. I was just looking at the car today and the panel that had some pretty deep scratches still looks excellent even after being in the hot (98) degree sun. I am pretty impressed to say the least.
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lol I rember spi epoxy when the owner was going around screaming spi spi spi
is the best
is the best
and if you use thinner on PPG it will wipe off lol
all over the net back in 2009 bwahaha
so its 2014 whats the word on spi is it good enough to buy it over PPG products ?
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They sell more epoxy than PPG and DuPont, who both invest thousands to try to reverse engineer it. So I'd say yeah, it's made it's mark.


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Old 08-16-2014, 10:43 AM
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lol I rember spi epoxy when the owner was going around screaming spi spi spi
is the best
is the best
and if you use thinner on PPG it will wipe off lol
all over the net back in 2009 bwahaha
so its 2014 whats the word on spi is it good enough to buy it over PPG products ?

Here we go again !!!!!
Never seen where Mr.Barry ever was screaming ''It's the best'''

I have seen the people that do this everyday say ''It's the best''..

And it's all I will use now..But that's me..I do feel it's the best to use...
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