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Old 04-06-2006, 07:57 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by wahoonc
Trust me the Alcoa IS NOT silicone it is a MEK based sealant and it work great, in fact try to get it off of anything once it dries. I haven't tried the Acryl-R...yet, but it looks like good stuff at $2 an ounce it better be.

Isn't Acryl-R what the factory uses now for a number of different applications? If so, you can buy a good sized oil-type can at the factory store for about $20 and they will fill it (and refill the can as you need more) from their bulk supply for about a couple dollars. I got some there
over a year ago, and it's good as new, and ready whenever I need it. That stuff works great.


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