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Old 05-02-2010, 09:22 AM   #1
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Currently located in S'pore, but the hardner component of my International Perfection paint, has gotten block hard.

I have tried to purchase a fresh can of hardner from the local Int'l distributer, but he won't sell me any.

Does anyone know of a substitute hardner that I can purchase locally, or have a source for fresh Int'l Perfection paint hardner ?

I usually use propane gas decanted into a can of half used paint, to keep that remnant paint from going hard, and that has worked well for many paint and oil based products, in the past.

I also know of a comercial product that does the same .

Can anyone help me ?

Douglas , S/V Calliste
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Currently located in S'pore,

Does anyone know of a substitute hardner that I can purchase locally,

Can anyone help me ?

Douglas , S/V Calliste
Hi Doug,

Suggest contact Jotun Singapore, here is link to their companyCLICK

Tip:- once opened store the can UPSIDE DOWN

Richard
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Old 05-23-2010, 04:57 PM   #3
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It's just two pack polyurethane .. so any polyurethane hardener should work, but you should of course try a sample to see what happens when not using the recommended hardener. I had the same problem. The stuff goes very brittle on contact with air and makes it hard to remove the lid on the tin a second or third time without damaging it, ensuring it will never seal again. I shake the can vigorously to ensure liquid fills up the gaps.. the seal is too bad to turn it upside-down for fear of losing the whole contents Same problem with Jotamastic (which is Epoxy).
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