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Old 01-06-2010, 12:23 PM
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Just like to give credit when credit is due.

Based on recommendation from this website and another, I ordered some epoxy primer and high build primer from Southern Polyurethane. Spoke to Barry on the phone to place my order. Barry could not have been nicer or more informative. No jobber in my area so he filled the order directly and sent it out that day (free shipping to boot). Supplies were delivered the following Monday. Unfortunately, someone stole the stuff off my front porch before I could get home from work.

Called Barry and advised of what happened. He reshipped my order and had it to me a couple days later (on Christmas Eve).

Anyhow, great service.

An added note. I sprayed the left half of the Bronco. The epoxy went down very nice - much nicer that the PPG epoxy I used on the doors, tailgate and hood - and that was using my cheap HF spray gun. Can't wait to use the new spray gun I just got.

I think we spend too much effort complaining about bad experiences and not enought sharing the good ones so thanks Barry.
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Old 01-06-2010, 12:49 PM
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Barry and crew really do a GREAT job, always available to answer questions and at my shop we try to promote his product to anyone who will listen.

Thanks, Barry!
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An added note. I sprayed the left half of the Bronco. The epoxy went down very nice - much nicer that the PPG epoxy I used on the doors,
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What is the problem you've had with dplf? I have used it for years and never had an issue with it. Sprayed it out of half a dozen different guns - always perfect.
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No problem with the PPG. In no way was I displeased with the PPG product, but using the same gun (in this case a cheap one) the SP epoxy primer layed down very smooth compared to the PPG. In any case, it won't matter too much as there is a lot of material left to be applied before ready for final color.
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Good job Jamie.
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Got a web site for Southern Polyurethane? Dont know anything about them or where they are. Thanks for the recommendation. Bob
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Top spot after googling Southern Polyurethane...

http://www.southernpolyurethanes.com/homepage.htm

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