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    Magna-Max Flashing

    Thought I would throw this out there.

    If you use Mag to to seal and you get flashing, take a clean t-shirt rag roll it into a bob and soke a little lacquer thinner into it. Then pat the rag on your hand to dry it out a bit and briskly wipe over the flashing. This will aid in the drying time. The you can add another coat about 15 minutes later.
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    What is flashing?
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    You know that girl you were watching way back ....... LOL

    Flashing is when your coat is not drying evenly and you have wet spotting on the surface. Where is just not drying , could be because of wax residue from stripping, hand grease anything that could cause contamination.
    I dream a lot. I do more painting when I'm not painting. It's in the subconscious.
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