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Old 06-10-10, 11:36 PM
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It's been my experience that baking only speeds up the cure time and raises the electric bill. All the formulators I know say that baking doesn't make the clear more durable, or glossy. I still have the baking cabinet, but very rarely use it. One of the clears I'm using now is dust free in about two hours so I see no real need to bake it to get to it any faster. I've also though that if you have to always bake the clear to keep on schedule, you're not scheduling the work very well.
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