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I am using the threadmaster finish from Lamar and the hardener has yellowed but not to honey color, rpobably about 1/2 that color. Can I still use it with OK results or get new finish? I don't want to mess up this multiple hour wrap.
 

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I don't think youv'e got a problem but I understand your concern completely.It is common for this to happen. If it will put your mind at ease, mix up a batch and try it on a surface, preferably white, and look at it when dry. You'll see that even though the hardener has yellowed slightly, your finish will be clear. Even while mixing it, you'll see it clear up readily. TM has no known expiration when handled/stored properly. IMO it is the best stuff out there, especially the lite build using multiple thin coats. Try the TM color preserver (Chroma-seal) it is good stuff also.........now tell/show us about your wrap. ....Jim
 

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If I can figure out how to take a decent photo of it I will, I haven't had much luck with the photography end of it. Thanks
 
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