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    Default Best Color Preserver?

    I've never used it but I just finished wrapping a rod in green thread that I'd like to keep as bright as possible, so what Color Preserver have you guys had good, and consistent, success with?
    -Kidder

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    Color Guard is my choice

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    I generally use color fast thread that does not need color preserver. ProWrap has lots of colors. But that doesn't help you out.

    But I would trust any suggestion by Goduster. He knows his stuff.

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    I use FlexCoat CP. Does a fine job for me.
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    I had some FlexCoat, it was almost solid when I opened it up.... Does it go bad?
    -Kidder

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    I don't know the policies of posting from another forum but a search of the net for "color preserver test" should produce a link to the rodbuildingforun(dot)com that has an excellent post by Carlin on this subject.

    That being said I have never used what is sold as rodbuilding CP. I have and do use urethane based products with good results but my favorite is a Acrylic-styrene polymer that I use to glue my inlays together.

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    Where do you get Color Guard?
    -Kidder

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