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  1. Tack's Avatar
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    Sep 29, 2006, 6:07 PM - Need stronger clear coat #1

    Is there a good product on the market to seal up my armor and bucket that will have a good clear coat and offer stronger protection. I am tired of having to touch up my armor after each day of wear because it picks up scrapes and scratches .

    Thanks
    Tack.
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    Sep 29, 2006, 6:36 PM - Re: Need stronger clear coat #2

    I have had AWESOME luck with testers DULL COTE. Its not good if your looking for a shiny finish obviously . If you want shiny, I like the enamel stuff. It takes a LONG time to dry though.

    On a side note......why don't you like the scratches? It looks lived in that way
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    Sep 29, 2006, 11:11 PM - Re: Need stronger clear coat #3

    Some are fine but I have gotten some that just make things look bad. I'll check out the dull cote and the enamel. I mostly want something that will keep things as I made them instead of getting damaged in transport or by rubbing against things like walls and such.
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    Sep 30, 2006, 2:12 AM - Re: Need stronger clear coat #4

    Also new scratches don't match the old ones. The black wash is not covering the new scratch and they stick out.

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