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    I don't beleive there is a way to restore it. I would just use it on something that was not going to be abused by chemicals. As far as I know Guncote is sold as both components only. I know my gunsmith buddy never lets it sit too long after opening before it is used. My next batch will use it all, because I will have several guns prepped and ready to paint. I also always park for better adhesion. Scott

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    Hello I think you did a nice job on that there gun, What color paint is that? is it a semi gloss or flat. Am going down monday and get me some.

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    Help me out guys. The baked on Finnish on appliances,what is it? Enamel?What is the process used? Is it baked at high temp?
    OLD SANG

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    sounds like it worked? have you had any loose paint, or rub offs? if not i think yer good to go?! Not downin ur technique, but i don't think you had to have bead blasted it. i think a light hand sand should of sufficed, then put a few(2-4) light coats, whatever it took to cover it, then an oven bake would probably of been the way i would do it. But if what you did is ok in several months, fine! You may have a new technical break through on gun-finishing? Jc

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    I have one less then perfect receiver that I bent up. I experimented with the dupicolor 1200. baked it at 300 deg. for 2hrs then 350 for one. It sat for about a week before I got back to it. Seems to be standing up to most oils,haven't tried any solvents yet. Practiced stamping on it with 1/16 stamps. Letters formed with out chiping the paint. Will use on two Romy kits. Waiting for a friend to weld in the lower rails on my other receivers.

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    OMG, The ceramic paint is great stuff. it is every thick stuff. I messed mine up and made it runny, i have to sand it down and paint it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grasshopper
    OMG, The ceramic paint is great stuff. it is every thick stuff. I messed mine up and made it runny, i have to sand it down and paint it again.
    I finished my rifles in duplicolor spray paint and I can tell you that it chips away on impact with something, its not elastic enough and it will chip away. I don't know if duracoat is any better, I never used it.

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    Could not find DUPLICOLOR 1200 high heat paint at all at autozone. All they had was-dupli-color engine enamel 500, but on the back of the can it says can withstand heat up to 1200 f... It says nothing about oven bake so i got my refund. Who else carries it? Jc
    Last edited by Jc2005; 02-09-2006 at 01:21 AM.

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