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Posted by Canadian in CA on February 16th, 2003 11:26 PM
In reply to Poly by Henry in MI on February 16th, 2003 06:03 PM [Go to top of thread]

Wow Henry that was a lot of great info.


I do have a follow up question. I have been doing some research on poly's on a bunch of manufacters web sites and I am going with an Oil based product.

The problem is when I look at the manufacture's web pages, they all say they are the best. someone did mention that the amount of desolved solids was important.... but

Does someone know which Oil based poly has the highest desolved solids? and is it important?

That makes a lot of sense with the talcum powder... but that sounds like something that I would screw up... (being that I have no experience with that) :-)

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Topic History:

  • Poly. by Canadian in CA  2/16/03 03:58 PM
  • Poly by Henry in MI  2/16/03 06:03 PM

Topic Follow-ups:

  • Poly by Henry in MI  2/17/03 05:29 AM
  • Poly by Henry in MI  2/17/03 05:40 AM
  • Poly by Canadian in CA  2/17/03 09:40 AM
  • finish stripper by Henry in MI  2/17/03 09:47 PM

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