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Subject: Polishing Epotek 301

Polishing Epotek 301

From: Mark Vine <vpackthread>
Date: Monday, July 12, 2004
Robert K. MacDowell <macdowell_r [at] mediasoft__net> writes

>Does anyone have experience with restoring a highly polished and
>"glasslike" finish to Epoxy Technology's Epotek 301 or 301-2 after
>it has been cured and then shaped by mechanical means that take away
>the glossy finish that exists before shaping? ...

Greygate Plastic Polish is often used to return a gloss finish to
epoxy resin infills on ceramic restorations and may therefore create
the desired finish that Robert MacDowell requires.

Greygate Plastic Polish is described as a mineral filled
wax/hydrocarbon solvent in a water emulsion, it has a neutral pH.
Uses also include the cleaning and polishing of most types of
moulded or thermoformed plastics. Full technical details on Greygate
Plastic Polish and its sister product 'Greygate Paste Polish No 5'
(used to clean bakelite products) is available in America through

    Conservation Resources International LLC,
    5532 Port Royal Road, Springfield, Virginia 22151
    800 634 6932

and in Europe and the Rest of the World through

    Conservation Resources (UK) Ltd
    Unit 2 Ashville Way, Off Watlington Road
    Cowley, Oxford OX4 6TU
    +44 1865 747755

Mark Vine

                  Conservation DistList Instance 18:8
                 Distributed: Wednesday, July 21, 2004
                        Message Id: cdl-18-8-011
Received on Monday, 12 July, 2004

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