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DiamondFinish Isocyanate Release


TheLoneRanger
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Hi KBS; this is an excellent forum to explain use of KBS products.


I'm planning on clearcoating a waterborne basecoat with DiamondFinish, and wondering if isocyanates will be released if

the coating is applied with a roller or brush, rather than by spraying?


Also, is there a maximum window past which the DiamondFinish

will be too hard to cut and buff?

Many thanks,

Don


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Are Isocyantes released when spraying Diamond Finish>? I thought a hardener would have to be added to release isocyanates>?


Can this Diamondbrite be used for spot repairs on bumpers and panels, will it blend into existing clearcoat finishes if used with a quality fade out thinner?


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"Are Isocyantes released when spraying Diamond Finish>?"

Yes


"I thought a hardener would have to be added to release isocyanates>?"

It is a completely different technology.


"Can this Diamondbrite be used for spot repairs on bumpers and panels, will it blend into existing clearcoat finishes if used with a quality fade out thinner?"

Yes. No problem at all.


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