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Old 02-04-2011
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People actuality pay me money to paint once in while with two part auto paint like Imron



Nothing could have prepared me for the science project nature of Perfection or AwlGrip



I sprayed my mast in a 24/7 temperature controlled work area the primers behaved as expected the paint did not dry in the rated time or behave in general



In the end it looked great but the stuff is fussy about ever aspect of its application
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