A. Yes (or at least did--I've not used any in a long time so I suppose
it's possible they're using something else now owing to higher Al costs)
B. Because it is already oxidized and contained in the carrier that
makes it "paint" so it's not directly in contact--and that there's not a
real high problem anyway...
In alt.home.repair on Thu, 28 Jul 2005 09:29:35 -0500 "HeyBub"
My last two cars have been "pewter" and "driftwood". I really want
"gold", but I keep ending up with grey.
If emailing, please let me know whether
or not you are posting the same letter.
Change domain to erols.com, if necessary.
Because it doesn't have any silver in it. If they called it "silver"
paint, they'd get sued. (Litigation is a major sport in the USA).
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