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    Proper coating

    What would be the proper coating to put on a vinyl painted surface? It is an exterior surface.
    any help would be appreciated
    Thanks in Advance

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    Is it vinyl or is it paint?

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    Vinyl paint

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    No one?? Seriously?

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    I'm sorry...what is vinyl paint?

    I have not heard of this before.
    ...could be why lack of response...

    Please advise.

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    Exactly. I have seen vinyl paint for the interior. One could think it is plastidip being referenced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Exactly. I have seen vinyl paint for the interior. One could think it is plastidip being referenced.
    no it is a dupont paint. google it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Exactly. I have seen vinyl paint for the interior. One could think it is plastidip being referenced.
    http://products.axaltacs.com/dcat//u...l?desktop=true

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    Any of the coatings can be used on actual vinyl. I did not click on that link that you provided.

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    So let me get this straight.... You wanted to know what that product was before you gave any advice?
    You make assumptions on what the product is still no advice. When you have the info on what the product is (a link) you
    will not open it, but yet you give advice on a product you did not click on the link i.e. do not know what it is. REALLY!!!

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