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    #1
    urethane paint is much more expensive than acrylic paints. what's the difference ba? yung mga stock paint, ano gamit? and what will happen kung hindi marunong gumamit ng urethane paint yung painter?
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    AFAIK, urethane paints are more "flexible", thus less prone to cracking, perfect for automotive paint purposes.

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    #3
    urethane paints are impervious to brake fluid afaik

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    #4
    BB: Not exactly pre, it doesn't get damaged as fast as acrylics but it'll still get shot pretty bad.

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    #5
    ah sales talk lang pala yun ng paint shop, langhya hehe

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    #6
    Urethane paint is glossier than acrylic paint, hence it makes your ride prettier

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    #7
    urethane is resistant to scratches,yong ginagamit sa wood parque, urethane din yon.

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    #8
    Quote Originally Posted by docpete
    urethane is resistant to scratches,yong ginagamit sa wood parque, urethane din yon.

    That's right. I work in the flooring industry and all (if not most) pre-finished wood floors have Urethane or Polyurethane finish on them because they resists scratches better than acrylic finishes.

    BTW, urethane automotive paints are resistant to cigarette burns. heheh!

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    #9
    ahh, ayun pala ang difference. Kaya pala mas matibay din ang Urethane kit kaysa fiberglass [?]

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    #10
    eto short read on the difference of the 2 paints:
    http://www.thewetlook.com.ph/consumer.htm

What's the diff: Urethane and acrylic paints