Sale on Cermark


#1

http://u01.spsend.com/SpeAsAPage.aspx?X=5P166DZ0IN1FBGWV00ZTW2


#2

The link is busted.


#3

Whoops…let me try again
http://u01.spsend.com/SpeAsAPage.aspx?X=5P166DZ0IN1FBGWV00ZTW2

Luckily I have a Burlane close to me so I can save on shipping. They are also now affiliated with laserbits and carry the laserwood laminates.


#4

Darn expensive stuff. Does it at least go pretty far if you are only doing small areas like 4x4 inches and other small dimensions?


#5

Yes…you only need a light coating.


#6

Thanks for the info! So, what is your favorite form of the material? Spray, tape, liquid, what?


#7

I currently have been using spray but I think I’m going to get the Liquid because I can air brush it on


#8

Oh yeah, that makes sense. Thanks!


#9

That’s why I use CRC Dry Moly Lube (automotive lube spray). It’s only in black though and side by side there’s a bit of a shading difference but not materially different especially for a 10 to 1 price delta.

Only get black and only on metal with it but good enough for what I usually do.


#10

I have a question…is there a shelf life for Cermark?


#11

It states 1 year, however I have a can of thermark that is at least two years old and still works…


#12

Thank you!