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Touch up paint for JBL PRX speakers?

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  • Touch up paint for JBL PRX speakers?

    Looking to touch up a few nicks in the finish.  Anybody done this before and do they have any suggestions for what that shade-of-gray is called and/or what sort of product works best?

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    The coating is called "DuraFlex" by JBL, but I saw someone on PSW claim that it's a coating made by a company called Futura. It's a 2-part epoxy system. JBL used to and may still sell a repair kit that's a dual tube mixer like you commonly see with epoxies. It's applied with a stick or knife. It's pretty pricey, like $90.


    Try JBl and if they no longer carry it, which is unlikely as it's used on PRX, SRX, VRX, etc. then try Futura.



    guido61 wrote:

    Looking to touch up a few nicks in the finish.  Anybody done this before and do they have any suggestions for what that shade-of-gray is called and/or what sort of product works best?




     

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    • guido61
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      thanks!

  • #3

    For those looking to coat cabs this stuff rocks

     

    http://store.acrytech.com/Speaker-Cabinet-Coatings/

     

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    • agedhorse
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      Pro Sound Guy wrote:

      For those looking to coat cabs this stuff rocks

       

      http://store.acrytech.com/Speaker-Cabinet-Coatings/

       


      and for those of you who have actually used it, the results are nothing like the real 2 part catalyzed epoxy materials that most real speaker manufacturers use. Better than paint for sure but 2 part garage floor coating (in black) is just as good or better (the professionally applied stuff, not the Home Depot kits).



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