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    synthetic paint

    How good is it? Wanted to buy some red oxide today but only had it in synthetic and i wouldnt be able to spray over it at a later date with celi so was thinking of spraying me van with synthetic instead. Whats it like? Any good ? Thanks in advance

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    andy why dont you use 2 pack, you can flat and mop it

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    OOh dear, I would steer away from it! What if you want to repaint in the future?

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    Steve cant you flat and mop Cellulose too. I have in the past.


    ok think ill leave well alone the synthetic

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    Synthetic is geat for underneath motors as it'll brush easily , also good for matching engine blocks where you want to brush. Even lasts on air cooled engines.

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    Wanted to spray it on the body really, Was after cellulose but they didnt have it in red oxide. So i didnt buy it i use cellulose as a rule

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbiiburton View Post
    Steve cant you flat and mop Cellulose too. I have in the past.


    ok think ill leave well alone the synthetic
    yes you can but you were on about synthetic, why has it got to be read oxide primer? were have you tried?

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    Use 2 pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbiiburton View Post
    Wanted to spray it on the body really, Was after cellulose but they didnt have it in red oxide. So i didnt buy it i use cellulose as a rule

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    You definitly don't want to use Synthetic.

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