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RE: [DRGW] Dulux Gold 'Jay Barnaby' drgw5393@att.n... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-03-08 19:49:06
Re: [DRGW] Dulux Gold Jim drgwlpd@yahoo.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-03-08 21:56:15
RE: [DRGW] Dulux Gold fferrari138@yahoo.c... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...) 2017-03-09 06:09:58
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From: 'Jay Barnaby' drgw5393@att.n... [DRGW] (DRGW@yahoogroups.c...)
Date: 2017-03-08 19:49:06
Subject: RE: [DRGW] Dulux Gold

Hopefully just a bad batch. Can=E2=80=99t see them changing the formula. Is=
it too light or dark, too orange too yellow?=20


Jay Barnaby

Wichita, KS



From: DRGW@yahoogroups.c... [mailto:DRGW@yahoogroups.c...]=20
Sent: Wednesday, March 8, 2017 12:03 PM
Subject: [DRGW] Dulux Gold


Quick question. After singing the praises of Badger D&RGW Yellow for years=
, my last bottle was a different formulation and the color was all wrong. =
So I'm looking at other, similar paints and I see Badger lists a B&O "Dulux=
Gold" (as well as a Soo version). Anybody know if that's a match for the =
Duco orange color the D&RGW used?


(Related to this, if anybody has a tried-and-true method for painting brass=
that does not involve bead-blasting, please contact me offlist.)



Jim Griffin

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Posted by: "Jay Barnaby" <drgw5393@att.n...>

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