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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-01-17, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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What?!!!

Are they seriously selling water now? Is this a joke?

First thought does the quality of the water even matter? If your not using bore water or something with lots of sediments or even heavy water.

Does it even change the quality of the paint job? If its purity can't you just get distilled or deminerialized water from an auto shop or chemist? Nothing else effects how well it thins or particles effecting the coat of paint.

Next why is it called warter? Is it to escape and legal confines of the term water? So that they don't have to say its just from out back of the workshop or from runoff from one of the factories?


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What?!!!

Are they seriously selling water now? Is this a joke?

First thought does the quality of the water even matter? If your not using bore water or something with lots of sediments or even heavy water.

Does it even change the quality of the paint job? If its purity can't you just get distilled or deminerialized water from an auto shop or chemist? Nothing else effects how well it thins or particles effecting the coat of paint.

Next why is it called warter? Is it to escape and legal confines of the term water? So that they don't have to say its just from out back of the workshop or from runoff from one of the factories?


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What?!!!

Are they seriously selling water now? Is this a joke?

First thought does the quality of the water even matter? If your not using bore water or something with lots of sediments or even heavy water.

Does it even change the quality of the paint job? If its purity can't you just get distilled or deminerialized water from an auto shop or chemist? Nothing else effects how well it thins or particles effecting the coat of paint.

Next why is it called warter? Is it to escape and legal confines of the term water? So that they don't have to say its just from out back of the workshop or from runoff from one of the factories?


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What?!!!
Is this satire?

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Yeah a bit. Did want to have a intelligent discussion on this product and it more appears to have been taken as a satirical rant.

Still amazes me this product or the idea of it more anyway

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Still amazes me this product or the idea of it more anyway
Did you by chance notice the date it was posted?
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You know i never picked that. Damm so gullible.....

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