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Old 03-18-2013, 04:22 AM
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Default Re: Loon UV thick fly finish

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Originally Posted by woodrivertroutbum View Post
The tackyness acts as a binder allowing a second coat to adhere to the first after it has been cured.
does a second tacky coat act as a binder allowing a third coat to adhere to the second after it has been cured? and so on.

what makes the second coat cure any better than the first coat?

i'm puzzled
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