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Evercoat Euro-Soft

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  • Evercoat Euro-Soft

    Opened my can of this stuff today, its been a while since I did. It's all kinda stiff and not easy to work with. Could not find my answer online. Can it be mixed with anything to give life back into it to make it more putty like?

  • #2
    Yeah, you can breath life into that sticky pile of goo. Small quantity of a quality lacquer thinner will get you back to the texture you need. That, and lots of stirring.

    "... well, that takes care of Jorgenson's theory!"


    • #3
      Thanks David, will have to go pick some up.