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Old 05-11-2007, 01:49 AM
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Hi Moe,
If it was layout dye, it's not the same as real Prussian blue. I've used gallons of layout dye over the years and it definitely drys hard. Actual Prussian blue comes in a tube. The stuff I have is called High Spot Blue. It's confusing because, Dykem makes both of them (along with others but, I like Dykem the best). Like jpill says though, the spotting stuff gets all over everything and never drys. That's the quality that makes it ideal for spotting and scraping parts to fit-(I'm told). I have yet to learn that skill. I've heard of guys playing a prank with it by putting just a tiny bit under the door handle of someones car-NASTY!
Dave
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