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I know this was posted a while ago but would like some feedback for those who are using/used the new CV from MLC
I'm thinking of trying it out on my next job that is coming up in about 2 weeks
We've been using it for about 9 months. Anything mixed in the white base is great and dries fast. Darker colors mixed in the clear base take much longer to dry. Don't even think about spraying it below 65 degrees. It won't crosslink.
Finally got a small job to try the Turino
Turino in dark colors use a clear base. I don't think that a 5 day stack time is reasonable for any finish. Bad stuff.
Turino in light colors is non-yellowing, and is mixed in a white base. it has a 6 hour stack time, yes, only 6 hours. If I use lacquer thinner to reduce it then I can sand it within 20 to 40 minutes, pending exigent circumstances. If I use the C1621 Care Reducer (a blend of butyl acetate and stuff), I need to wait a little longer to sand.
It powders nicely. Turino in light colors mixed in a white base is my go-to pigmented conversion varnish. My favorite tip for spraying is the Graco AAF610 fine finish tip in the Graco G40 aaa gun.
I dump in almost 15% reducer, usually the C1621 Care Reducer.
For dark colors we've reverted to Resistant, though Stealth is also an option. Stealth wants you to dump in 25% C1621 Care Reducer. Resistant asks for only 10% of the same.