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Old 04-04-2009, 09:56 PM
Special.K Special.K is offline
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Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia
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You can take the face plate and ad a clear coat or lacquer but you need to know what the original paint was to do it right. I have the same problem with our hire mixers and in some of our clubs but it shouldn't have happened so quick as it doesn't seem to of happened to anyone else's, maybe it was in the curing of the screen paint of that faceplate!
I'm sure Mario will know whether he has had any problems with any of the screen prints, maybe you could buy another faceplate and coat it!
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