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    Does Poly-1070-Q have a shelf life? We used some from a previous can and it really clogged the 110 screen.

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    Look for a date of manufacture and then check with the distributor. Make sure you talk with someone who is actually familiar with the product, rather than just a salesperson with no personal knowledge of the product. If you find such a peron, and there's a good likelyhood, you can also get some good tips on usage. Lots of factors like shortcuts or cross-contamination can really bung up the process. Many manufacturers describe the ideal of the product to look for, and many product conditions when you should discard it, e.g.; milky when it's supposed to be clear, or having a tendency to pour with clots already formed in it.


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