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Posted 07 July 2003 - 03:03 PM
In search of the best clearcoat for saltwater lures....tried em all and never happy. Epoxies take too long to dry....messy.....Auto 2 part clearcoat doesn't hold up to bluefish....neither does Envirotex etc.
Has anyone ever tried any of the newer aliphatic urethane paints? If so hows it work? They are advertised as being rock hard but soft enough to take a 4mm dent without cracking. I ordered some samples today to try but curious if anyone else has used them yet?
Posted 08 July 2003 - 12:59 AM
I haven't tried 2 part urethane yet, but a local fiberglass/epoxy store is
recommending www.endura.ca clear 100. They told me that it's much tougher than epoxy. It's a bit expensive, so I'll wait for your review before buying & trying it.
Posted 10 July 2003 - 07:24 AM
Well I've got some samples of several coming, some should be here today so you lnow where I'll be tonite I'll give a review after I use some and test them out this weekend.