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If they made an automotive finish that would be something

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Nice, I like it!
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Harry, that product is made for you because we all know you are full of... great ideas!

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Hi Harry

hahahahahahahahahaha
When was the last time you put a plunger in some paint ..



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If they made an automotive finish that would be something
LOL, You are right Doug. Some of us car buffs would go nuts over this type of finish.
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Actually, don't think much of it. It may be clean and all, but this type works a whole lot more efficiently. Amazon.com: LDR 512 P3515 Bellows Type Cup Toilet Plunger: Home & Kitchen

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Gentlemen and Mike, you mustn't have followed the link to the companies products. This finish will be available for spray finishing anything you like, cars, furniture, clothing etc. Take another look.

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This finish will be available for spray finishing anything you like, cars, furniture, clothing etc.
What, even fans? Sounds ideal for that.........
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What about aircraft surfaces? I'd certainly feel more secure if the wings on the plane I was riding resisted icing.

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