Film-formers vs. crystallizing polymers

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  1. encapman
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    Nice analogy about the car Kevin.

    Speaking of cars. I'd love to own a Porsche (not likely going to) but it's a nice dream. But if we picture the design, styling, engineering, and road handling of a Porsche... how did it get there? Simple. A Porsche is the product of of brilliant design! And it's true that even if I had my dream Porsche, I wouldn't know, or care to know, about all the creative energy and science that went into making the car perform like it does. But perform it does! That's what matters.

    Same thing with the products we use in our industry. It isn't absolutely necessary for you to understand the nuts and bolts that make the products work the way they do. What you're hoping to purchase is PERFORMANCE. You expect results. And results is something you can measure within the framework of your own real world business experience. So just like the Porsche, give encap a test drive, see how it handles on your roads (er carpets). That's where the rubber meets the road. If you'd like to give Releasit a test drive, head on over to www.TryReleasit.com :)
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    Thanks for the offer to try Releasit for free Rick but i won't take advantage of your offer just to get something for free as I already have and use your products, mainly the DS2 and Hydrox both of which work very well and are top of the line quality products, sun-belt USA in North Carolina carries your stuff and since i live in NC thats usually where i get them.
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    It was. But this was like 1.5 gallons that evaporated.
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    It was. But this was like 1.5 gallons of rtu that evaporated.
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    I suspect the cat spilled it.
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    Whats dry time like on the releaseit hydroxyl and other chems? Dry as fast at encap 02 from Bridgepoint?
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    Boom!
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    Dry time on the carpet is normally less than 2 hours. Of course there are always variables due to environmental conditions. But that's the norm.
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    AC motor turns at 1725 RPM.

    Brush geared down to roughly 600 RPM.
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    How's that song go..............."How long......has this been going on?"


    ZzZzZZzZZzzzzz!
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    I am curious what your definition of "encapsulation" is, because based on the actual definition of the word, and the basic properties of how the product is supposed to work, I think the use of the term here is completely applicable.
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    Well there is a dictionary ya know.

    Fancy marketing term to sell more product.

    Leaves a DRY residue that's all
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    It made me a bunch this weekend.
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    BUY NO FILM FORMERS!

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