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So what does Magnetman get if he is the 10,000 post?

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Any pics of the silver in the sunlight? Closer to releasing it?

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Any pics of the silver in the sunlight? Closer to releasing it?

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Not yet. Need to make another sample with smaller flakes. New test material will be here in a few days.

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AJ, BJ, CJ, YJ, I don't pay attention to the J's just the colors. Well maybe the BJs

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Last minute orders today can still get old prices by phone or on web site. We should get changes made in the systems after 5PM EST
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AJ, BJ, CJ, YJ, I don't pay attention to the J's just the colors. Well maybe the BJs

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im realy likeing preditor.
you would recomend primer white under it right?
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that is correct... Predator price is the only price that goes down today

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Has the price increase gone into affect?

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Refresh my memory, was there an issue such as with mixing the liner and tint together w/o catalyst and storing it (or part of it) for a bit (assuming its put into a container with low airspace or purged airspace to prevent the liner reacting with the air)? This would factor in for me when doing a partial gallon mix up. If it wasn't an issue it would seem easiest to mix the liner and tint together and then use a corrected density number to mix that by weight as needed with the catalyst. Seems like I'd get more consistent color (assuming the liner/tint was well mixed before pouring off) rather than trying to stir/mix in part of the tint with part of the other two. IE does the tint settle in a way that degrades anything assuming its well mixed again or something of that nature?
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Will go into effect some time between 5PM and midnight
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Just did my tub yesterday. I'll post a pic when its completely cured.
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Refresh my memory, was there an issue such as with mixing the liner and tint together w/o catalyst and storing it (or part of it) for a bit (assuming its put into a container with low airspace or purged airspace to prevent the liner reacting with the air)? This would factor in for me when doing a partial gallon mix up. If it wasn't an issue it would seem easiest to mix the liner and tint together and then use a corrected density number to mix that by weight as needed with the catalyst. Seems like I'd get more consistent color (assuming the liner/tint was well mixed before pouring off) rather than trying to stir/mix in part of the tint with part of the other two. IE does the tint settle in a way that degrades anything assuming its well mixed again or something of that nature?
This can be done. I'll explain more later

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