Question - do you find that your metal surfaces sprayed with TopCote
end up being slightly sticky to the touch?
I spray a wee bit on, it dries with a slight white haze, and then I rub
it gently with a paper towel. when I grab those metal surfaces
afterwards (sides of plane body), the surfaces feel slightly sticky and
get my fingerprints easily (and I have try hands). My chisels actually
take on a slight blueish tint after being sprayed.
(I've done websearches and they say that TopCote is supposed to reduce
friction. I assume this means the metal should remain somewhat
- Daniel H
Maybe one minute of drying time. There isn't any solvent left, the
smell's gone away by then.
Perhaps I'm not buffing it enough. Is the surface supposed to regain a
Daniel H wrote:
I meant to say *dry* hands.
I can wipe/rub forcefully with a paper towel and remove this blue
tinted coating (which feels slighly sticky as well), but then, am I
removing the TopCote film?
- Daniel H
I usually spray it on thick and let it sit an hour or longer. I guess its
habit because I live in Houston where we have liquid air at times. I always
buff it so there's no white haze left. It should be slick when you're done,
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