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    AAE replied to the thread Packing peanuts ban 2019.
    Col. Blanton would disagree.
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    Wild turkey comes by my place every so often as well, usually accompanied by a glass :)
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    AAE replied to the thread Wandabase substrate prep..
    I'd say prep it for epoxy sealer and know you have a perfect substrate and go for it.
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    AAE replied to the thread 2K Prime not bonding to 1 piece.
    Why not strip that thing to metal? It doesn't look that big. Might be worth it.
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    AAE replied to the thread Primer issues.
    No idea. I think his post said he used sealer and waited 30 min before basing. It looks like he has been a user since 2017. So, he...
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    AAE replied to the thread Primer issues.
    Here is his response to more info needed.
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    AAE posted the thread Primer issues in Paint Booth.
    Someone on the Facebook page is saying they're having adhesion issues with base on the 2k primer. Says the base is peeling off. He said...
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    You put it outside a couple days,then sand,then let it sit out a few more. The sanding will allow the solvents to escape gooder.
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    I heard some place that the white have soap added to make them good for cleaning.
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    AAE replied to the thread My SPI bedliner stash is gone.
    Got us wondering about the new clear!
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    AAE replied to the thread The Sun.
    It's all good. Going to be a 60 difference between Wednesdays high (-11) and Sunday's high (50's). That's shorts weather.
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    AAE replied to the thread The Sun.
    Trying to free up your time to make room for my questions.
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    AAE posted the thread The Sun in Shop Talk.
    The air temp is about -10. Thermometer reads 52. That's why Barry encourages you to put your work in the Sun for even a day to really...
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    AAE replied to the thread curing lamp.
    But, there are several types of lamps with varying wattages. I have a couple 1k watt and a couple 1600w. Shops usually have units with...
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    This works well to heat product up quickly.
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