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Old 02-25-2016, 06:28 PM   #41
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If it really is oil based you should be able to add a hardener to it and make it last much longer.
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Would Shermin Williams carry a hardener? Or where else would I find one? Is that an additive?
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SW might have it but any auto paint supplier will most certainly. Might add a touch of flow control as well for a smoother finish. Chat with the counter guys. Most of them can give you some excellent pointers/tips.
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since this is about paint prep, what is a great product for removing road tar from fenders?
You might find this hard to believe but many years ago I got this tip...
Use mayonnaise to remove tar. That's all I've used now for years. Some of the tar has been on there for years but with a little extra scrubbing and an extra shot of mayonnaise it will come off. I used an old rag.


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