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Old 04-08-2013, 10:34 AM
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Well I see you have been to many Auto Auctions ,have bought and sold many of these wipe downs sawdust and banana peels,LOL
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I know of a body shop that would cut their paint for car lots with gasoline instead of reducer...shone like no tomorrow...until about 10 tomorrows and it died right off. The car lot had a 10 to 14 day window to move the freshly painted cars...if the paint got close to the expiry date, they had a sale.

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I know of a body shop that would cut their paint for car lots with gasoline instead of reducer...shone like no tomorrow...until about 10 tomorrows and it died right off. The car lot had a 10 to 14 day window to move the freshly painted cars...if the paint got close to the expiry date, they had a sale.

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WOW! CAn you imagine spraying in a booth with that?
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Old 04-08-2013, 05:40 PM
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Regular VOC's and Isocyanates are bad enough...top it all off with a little high test for those extra special paint jobs and you have a bomb waiting to happen let alone the normal health problems that it would cause.

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Those high end LOL paint jobs were mostly painted outside ,and after sniffing gas vapors they probablu didn't know what it was doing to their health ,Wait I have breathing problems LOL
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Now I know why the customer base stayed the same but had new ownership every six months and then the sign outside would read. Under New Management...By Attrition.

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Some would say gasoline is just as safe as the nitrocellulous laquer they used back in the day. Back then body shops blowing up were as common as meth labs exploding now daze.
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