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Old 12-13-2006, 09:59 PM   #1
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Local Powder Coating

Looking for a Houston powder coating business that someone has used with success. I'm needing some parts shot, and want a quality job done.
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Old 12-13-2006, 10:05 PM   #2
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they do very very nice work, i had them do my wheels last month.
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Old 12-13-2006, 10:07 PM   #3
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they do very very nice work, i had them do my wheels last month.
yeah and they did a bada** job Max. Did you ever defrost from last night? haha
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Old 12-13-2006, 10:11 PM   #4
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yeah and they did a bada** job Max. Did you ever defrost from last night? haha
haha! yeah i was doing a little digging around today for an anti visor fogging solution and was pointed at these guys http://www.respro.com/popup_foggy.php
looks pretty slick, im gona try them out
people also said to cut a potato and rub it inside my visor and also, clean it with shaving cream.. sounds a little to way out for me
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rain x anti fogging worked well for me? also rain x on the outside good in rain conditions?
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rain x anti fogging worked well for me? also rain x on the outside good in rain conditions?
i use rainx on the cages and it rocks!! the fogx dont work as well as expected, but it does work, you just have to reapply it often. i use psi500 on my scuba masks and it works reeeeal good. im gona try this wacky mask thing, it looks like it will do the trick, and i dont have to worry with putting on my visor every time i ride :confused2
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i clean my masks with toothpaste and use psi500 or baby shampoo if i dont have the good stuff, baby shampoo works just as good really
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