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U-40 Perma Gloss

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You can use permagloss instead of epoxy. It's a one part finish, no mixing required.

 

Pros: Very thin, virtually bubble free. Fast drying. No mixing. The hardests, most durable finish available for guide wraps. Extremely clear, non yellowing.

 

Cons: Requires mutiple coats (6 or more). Smells. Will dry in bottle once opened.

 

It can also be used as a rod finish.

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You can, yes, but it's overkill. The permagloss is a much superior finish. I sometimes use it as a sort of thread sealant instead of color preserver on really heavy duty rods (stand up) to insure maximum bonding to the blank. The stuff is great, but it just stinks up the house so bad I tend to shy away from it. I really can't see useing it over epoxy unless you want a really thin final coat for one reason or another.

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