The most durable outside finish ?

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Re: The most durable outside finish ?

Postby justageorgiaguy » Wed Jan 06, 2016 2:24 pm

dogscats wrote:rowerwet
PMF is tougher than anything else I've seen

What is pmf



Took some googling but I'm guessing it's short for Poor Man's Fiberglass http://www.instructables.com/id/Poor-Mans-Fiberglass-make-nearly-anything-weatherp/?ALLSTEPS
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Re: The most durable outside finish ?

Postby fm-usa » Thu Jan 14, 2016 6:42 pm

justageorgiaguy wrote:
dogscats wrote:rowerwet
PMF is tougher than anything else I've seen

What is pmf


Took some googling but I'm guessing it's short for Poor Man's Fiberglass http://www.instructables.com/id/Poor-Mans-Fiberglass-make-nearly-anything-weatherp/?ALLSTEPS

You think THAT was bad, wait til someone mentions PMS!!!
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body doesn't react/extract/move/mend/bend/lend or work like it use'ta.
NOW! That unwanted guests moving in, Mr. 'Arther I. Tus' & Ms. DVT (grrr)
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Re: The most durable outside finish ?

Postby justageorgiaguy » Thu Jan 14, 2016 7:10 pm

fm-usa wrote:
justageorgiaguy wrote:
dogscats wrote:rowerwet
PMF is tougher than anything else I've seen

What is pmf


Took some googling but I'm guessing it's short for Poor Man's Fiberglass http://www.instructables.com/id/Poor-Mans-Fiberglass-make-nearly-anything-weatherp/?ALLSTEPS

You think THAT was bad, wait til someone mentions PMS!!!
(answer below, highlight or CTRL+A)

v

Poor Man Silver, ALUMINUM cookware.


Oh, so not that week that makes you question if the other 3 are worth it? lol
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Re: The most durable outside finish ?

Postby rowerwet » Fri Jan 15, 2016 5:00 pm

Yes it is poor man's fiberglass, the link to the instructable is in my signature, sorry I missed your question
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Re: The most durable outside finish ?

Postby fm-usa » Fri Jan 15, 2016 8:11 pm

justageorgiaguy wrote:
fm-usa wrote:You think THAT was bad, wait til someone mentions PMS!!!
(answer below, highlight or CTRL+A)
v
Poor Man Silver, ALUMINUM cookware.


Oh, so not that week that makes you question if the other 3 are worth it? lol

If she lets you think so.
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