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Old 05-20-2010, 02:40 PM   #15
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Finally, got it to print those sheets from the link. It was just human error on my part!
Thats some good product info for someone like me who has little experience with the new formulas we have to work with these days.
2 air, I don't know how you found that on the Airstream site. I looked for a long time and finally gave up. Luckly tried your links again.

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Old 08-26-2016, 01:57 PM   #16
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Just used Acryl-R for the first time resealing top of rub rail after removing and reattaching. Some gaps were larger than 1/8". Returned after 2 days and found Acryl-R bead collapsed & wicked in pretty well in places and a few tiny bubbles here and there. Question: should more Acryl-R be applied in these areas? It was tacky yesterday and attracted some fine grit which I don't think is going anywhere.

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Old 05-07-2017, 10:52 AM   #17
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great details. thank you
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Old 05-07-2017, 02:02 PM   #18
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Looks like this is an old thread that has come to life - but still an interesting one.

I have been amazed at how long the stuff lasts in the can with ths dispenser attached with no ill effects - I have a can still in use after quite a few years.

I did have the nozzle tube block one even with the storage wire in the end. I got it cleared and now use a much longer piece of SS wire when storing the dispenser.

One thing I have never been sure of when applying the Acryl R to a seam......

I put masking take closely along either side of the seam and remove it very quicly after application

I hold the nozzle at about 45 degrees along the seam - but I am not sure of the best bead is achieved by dragging the nozzle or pushing? Anyone know which way should give the best looking bead?

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