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On repairing polyurea coatings

From JPCL, August 2013

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Tagged categories: Coating Materials; Paint application; Spot repair

Comment from Kevin Prychun, (9/10/2013, 9:02 AM)

I have personally used this exact theory and it worked every time, Wait for it to set up and then use a belt sander with 40 grit to smooth out the areas and top coat to hide any imperfections.


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