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Old 08-23-2005, 02:01 PM
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powderbill: Great explanation! I'm a LINE-X spray-on truck bedliner dealer and I find few people who know this info.

A couple of side notes just to confuse everyone: Polyester resins are better (more durable) than acrylic resins. Also, isocyanate linked with amine terminated resins (as opposed to hydroxl terminated resins) gives you polyurea.
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