anyone ever use this?

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  1. funkymann1

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    bullfrogblues Friend of Leo's

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    Never heard of it, but looks interesting.
     
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    I have seen another brand (mohawk) but only in gallon size. It looks really interesting to me.
    I have used precatalized lacquer in spray cans with good results, you can sand and buff it the next day.
     
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    I'm not a chemist, but I have some questions about the way that seller words their listing. It just seems a little odd, but maybe I'm just skeptical when it comes to eBay sellers.

    BTW, make sure and scroll down the page a bit! Apparently he's now selling it pre-mixed instead of the two parts shipping separately. It seems odd that he'd update that part of the listing (all the way at the bottom), but not cut out any of the previous text that says it comes in two separate containers.
     
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    EBay might now allow for editing the heading, only auction description.

    Is that a good price on that amount? I had been looking for some to try my spray rig with (noOb) awhile ago, but could only find large amounts~quarts.
     
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    I would want to see an MSDS on the lacquer and the mystery "small bottle of Catalyze fluid" before I would spray it.

    I would be very concerned about the health hazards of the "small bottle of Catalyze fluid".
     
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    To anyone used to catalyzed clears that is not a mystery... the calalyzer is an acid added to harden the clear (in this case lacquer). It is very dangerous and it needs to be sprayed with a painters mask and good ventilation.
     
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    I understand that, I have sprayed it, I have the 3m painters mask, goggles, rubber gloves and full coverage clothing.... I don't want some unknown, repackaged hardner of unknown origin.
     
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    Yeah, i know what you mean.
     
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