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he's the biz.
I got a build on the go at the mo, outstanding paint from the man himself, he had a bit of a mare with it I believe.
Having been doing this now for donkeys years this was a pleasure to work on, I love having specifics to work from, when someone says they want a certain colour and send me pictures of that certain colour there's nothing better than blowing someones socks off with something identical. The old finish was the thickest gloopiest stuff I'd seen in my life, it was way worse than a fender finish, and they've got a long history of gloopy thick pointless finishes. The stain in the original job was intense and getting that out of the wood was a hell of a task, and had I not reverted to my magical formula (thinking of bottling this and selling it) for removing stain the final result would not have been so uniform. Absolutely shocked that after removing so much wood from under the guard there was only a loss of 50gms especially when the paint was measureable in it's thickness. I'm delighted you like the final result Jay mate, it was as interesting one to do. From something that looked like it was made by Fisher Price to this pure glass finish was well worth the effort, looks beautiful now. Thanks for all the texts and phone calls along the way, next time you're in Bridgend we'll meet up for a coffee.