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    Curing finish.

    Just hung a small batch of freshly unitized gas systems over the wood furnace for their 10 day curing. Welded them up yesterday and sprayed with Aluma-Hyde then set in the dryer at 90 degrees for 24 hours first, now for their final cure. Red on some is reflection off the wood. Whatta Hobby!

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    I was production refinisher for several years, there may be a better way. No throwing stones at your product but the curing time seems excessive. Google “Gunkote” and take a look at their colors. We used one of their products for coating .50 cal sniper rifles for Accuracy International for sale to the Canadians, British among others.

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      Originally posted by Beltfed View Post
      I was production refinisher for several years, there may be a better way. No throwing stones at your product but the curing time seems excessive. Google “Gunkote” and take a look at their colors. We used one of their products for coating .50 cal sniper rifles for Accuracy International for sale to the Canadians, British among others.
      Thanks I will take a look at gunkote. I only build these animals for my own collection so no need to be in a hurry.

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