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Quick paint question

I know much is said about finishes, but I've searched and not found specific reference to my question. I will be the first to admit, I may have missed it, because I'm cross-eyed from reading and will scream if I have to type "two-part polyurethane" one more time. So, indulge me when I ask:

Can Awlcraft 2000 acrylic urethane be rolled and tipped?

I know the recommendation is for spraying, but this is true for similar products that, practically speaking, can be rolled.

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Ask these guys. The1much knows spraying and Kaptin-Jer knows roll and tipping.

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Awlgrip 2000 cannot be rolled and tipped. It has to be sprayed.

Awlgrip original can be rolled and tipped.

How's that for simple?
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Too bad, he's asking about AWLCRAFT 2000, not AWLGRIP 2000. Best bet is to call Interlux and ask them.
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Call awlgrip not Interlux...even though they have the same parent company they do not support each others products
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Call awlgrip not Interlux...even though they have the same parent company they do not support each others products
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