A blend of solvents used for viscosity and drying control of Poly-Brush, Poly-Spray and Poly-Tone. Blend #R-65-75 is recommended as the standard reducer in normal weather, 65°75°F. #RR-8500 is a retarder-reducer with slower drying time. Recommended for temp above 85° & warm humid weather.
Important Notice: All mixed paints are special order and are non-returnable.
Aircraft Spruce, you responded again, and very quickly I might add. Much appreciated. Thanks for being there when we need you the most. Even little things like this, that will hold up a project if not responded to quickly, are taken care of routinely by you folks!! That is why we will continue to use Aircraft Spruce!!
Pure and stable reducer, any product that stands up to my personal saying SAY WHAT YOU DO AND DO WHAT YOU SAY Has my vote.
I use this for RC Airplanes. It works perfectly, along with poly brush, on the fabric covering.
arrived on time, and in good shape
Can was slightly dented from shipping damage.
reducer leaked but was retained by inside wrap but it leaked on both cans. I sent pictures to you.
Can was heavily dented in shipping but did not leak. The carton stupid green paper packing is not protecting as well as the plastic pellets did. The climate change hoax is just that: a politically motivated hoax. Man is not causing climate change, only nature is as the planet has had ongoing change forever and man is simply part of nature and has minimal influence on climate no matter what we do,.
all was well with my order, except the PolyFiber quart cans arrived bent, dented, like they were thrown against a wall a few times. they arent leaking currently but looks like they might soon.
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You would use a 3:1 Mix Ratio. 3 Poly Tone, 1 R65-75 Reducer.