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    Wurth underbody shutz not thick enough?

    Wondering if anyone has had similar experiences with the Wurth underbody shutz being a bit too fine and not as thick and "pebbly" as it should be to get the original look. Despite going a few different ways, we're still not getting it quite spot-on yet. Curious if this is the norm given what's available out there. Any thoughts appreciated.
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    i do have the würth materials and the würth gun but i don`t use it anymore (only for the sand paper look on the inside of the trunk lid on early reutter built swb--i add sand blast bedia to it) for the reason you mentioned..i did a lot of testing to get different looks but i found the repeatability not given.i think there is to much solvent in it and when it evaporates the structure that first looked great gets lost when dried up
    i now use material called innotec and also there gun...and i`m very happy with this stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haul View Post
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