dam gloss do you put on your fish for crying out loud.
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which is just his label on an automotive acrylic urethane product. I also have some of WASCO's competition clear coat and it is good too.
I've used them all and these two give me the best results and less problems. I would have taken TenBears advice and used the automotive Ditzler product he recommends that you can buy locally, but they won't sell me less than a gallon and it's over $200.00 for a gallon here.
I used Dan't product on a couple of pedestal brookies I sent to New York and I was able to handle them in a couple of days and the clear coat build up was nice and wet and thick.
but you are getting meaner. What do you think of liquid crystal. Also what is the real name of this automotive acrylic stuff. Is it a spray can product, or do you apply it with an airbrush. Also I quess I should ask are you any good at fish. You could be giving me bad advice.
I'm not even a taxidermist but I stayed at a Holiday Inn last night.
I don't know the real name. Do you really think Dan would let that out? LOL
It's a 4:1 ratio product. You measure it out, mix it together and spray it on. I use the caps on the containers to measure it out. 4 of one and one of the other. No brushing that I know of.
I lied I haven't gone to bed yet. Now I will.
or is it Sue Ellen? HMMMMMMM Thanks
Whoops! Sorry, got carried away.
That was a good one, and I'll see ya at the Holiday Inn in a couple weeks.(convention) Finally got my taxi. license in the mail today. Only took 2 months this year! And Ron, Cecil is a little "odd" in the industry category but actually gives great advise when dealing with fish. Truth- Jeff F.
this is 2004 , Sue Ellen is sleeping with Mary Jane so you will have Jim Bob ! sleep tight ! literally ! LOL
in years. I'm burned out on competitions for a while. I just don't have that warm and fuzzy feeling about competing or going to shows anymore.
Yeah, I got my license today too. Maybe I should get back to doing taxidermy again. LOL