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    BFWD Consistency

    I was wondering if BFWD is supposed to be on the watery side as far as consistency goes. I've tried shaking it like crazy for 5 straight minutes and it always looks like bluish water when it comes out of the bottle. Anyone know if this normal?

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    Re: BFWD Consistency

    i've never done it but many have on here, but you can try putting a steel ball bearing inside and then shake it thoroughly...

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    Re: BFWD Consistency

    I haven't used BFWD but if its anything like DGPS, its normal for it to be on the watery side.

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    Re: BFWD Consistency

    Normal, both my WGDGPS and BFWD are both on the watery side. Blue watery colour and consistency sounds about right but boy does the finish/result look good on either.

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    Re: BFWD Consistency

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    i've never done it but many have on here, but you can try putting a steel ball bearing inside and then shake it thoroughly...


    1 marble would be best as it won't break down over time and contaminate the product.
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    Re: BFWD Consistency

    It's normal, it's an oil in water emulsion formula so it's also going to separate rather quickly as you use it. Shake it each time you reapply to the applicator.
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    Re: BFWD Consistency

    Thanks for the responses, I'm gonna try adding a marble to try and mix things up better.

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    Re: BFWD Consistency

    Very runny consistency. One of my favorite sealants though.

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