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Re: Clear Coat for Secondaries ? ? ?

Original poster: Vardan <vardan01@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Hi Dan,

Scott Hanson borrowed me a coil that has a beautiful clear coating on it! I got some of the "EnviroTex Lite" for my next coil but have not tried it yet. It should be available at any craft store and many hardware stores.:



It is a two part epoxy that is used for thick coating such as bar tables. Slowly turn the coil while it cures. It is not supposed to smell bad so you can do it inside where dust is low.



At 08:36 AM 5/15/2006, you wrote:
Can someone recommend a good clear coat for secondary coils that looks
aestetically good.  This will be used for a secondary coil wound on
clear acrylic tubing.  The standard polyurethane is no good since it
dries yellow and flakes.  Perhaps a two-part epoxy?

Any help appreciated!