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RE: PVC tube lacquer?
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- Date: Sun, 17 Apr 2005 22:48:03 -0600
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Original poster: "Ralph Zekelman" <gridleak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
It is not necessary to treat or bake the pvc. I would not use any
or sealer having a suspension of metallic particles. I use polyurethane
varnish which is cheap and produces a nice finish. To avoid drips, it's
best to allow the form to rotate on the coil winder as each coat of PU
dries. Use 10-12 coats.
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Sent: Sunday, April 17, 2005 8:10 AM
Subject: PVC tube lacquer?
Original poster: "Wim Bosma" <wbosma@xxxxxxxxxxx>
(Strange that this isolation repair spray, according to Internet
information, contains iron oxyde in its (red) mixture and is therefore
slightly ferro magnetic