Isocyanate free 2k paint

  1. lchris21

    lchris21 Member

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    There doesn't seem much point.........

    I did give them a bell, but I anticipated the telephone conversation..................did you do this?, did you do that?, was the temp this was the temp that?............

    They offered me a discount on my next order......................:whistle:

    Believe me I enjoy a good consumer battle as much as Anne Robinson :mad:

    as I said time to move on and get it done
     
  2. steveo3002 Member

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    dont think ive ever seen anyone thats used it and been happy with the results
     
  3. vw1

    vw1 Member

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    I brought this paint from jawel early on in the year for some chassis parts for my 70's beetle. I was told I could paint brush it on but I have not used it yet . Think I may never use it now from your results ..
     
  4. steveo3002 Member

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    if brushing there wouldnt be much risk at all using proper 2k ...no mist to get in your lungs
     
  5. jddevel New Member

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    So after a few years I`d like an update please from anyone who has used this Jawel non-isocyanate paint. I note that much of the criticism was levelled at the fact that it remained soft. Was/has this since been sorted. Was the answer infra red heater or has the product been improved.
     
  6. Once bitten, twice shy with me. I have not even used up what I had in stock!
     
  7. steveo3002 Member

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    heh never dared try it after the bad comments , sounded like it wasnt fit for use
     
  8. jddevel New Member

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    I realize that there will always obviously be a reluctance to use a product with adverse reviews however if there are/where success stories what was done in a different way. I find it difficult to accept that a long standing company wouldn`t have reviewed their product bearing in mind the issues that have occurred.
     
  9. the snooper

    the snooper getting older by the day

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    I'd say if the isocyanates are still been used is a safe bet it's still no good, I've never used it but I could see iso been banned if there was a good alternative
     
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  10. Burdekin

    Burdekin Chief Bodger

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  11. the snooper

    the snooper getting older by the day

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  12. MyHouseIsOnFire New Member

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    Is this a synthetic paint from Jawl?
     
  13. owas

    owas Member

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  14. MyHouseIsOnFire New Member

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    I knew it, there is an alternative Hardener you can add to 2k paints. Thanks
     
  15. owas

    owas Member

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    How are we testing hardness? I have a helmet I used the body convertor stuff on, was a while ago but I remember wet sanding it within a week and not having an issue :dontknow:
     
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