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I was repainting my exhaust manifolds, getting ready to put them back on the car since it's reasonably mild and not raining today. I was putting on some of that high temp paint. After the first pass I notice that some of the little dimples could use a little more paint so I reach to the side and grab the rattle can. I begin to go over the spots needing tuoch-up only to realize I was spraying gasket remover on my fresh paint! I grabbed the wrong freakin' can!

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Well.............what effect did it have on the finish? hehe

I think that qualifies.... Teebone can tell you all about keeping coffee around...

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Very funny....! You might've just invented a new way to market spray paint. Keep it up!

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i wont even ask why preparationH would be kept so close to a toothbrush...


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