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Old 11-05-2015, 05:44 PM
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Has anyone ordered or communicated with Klass Kote lately?

I am building a couple of planes that I'd like to use the paint products on but I havent been able to contact them via email or phone call.

are they still in business?
Old 11-06-2015, 08:04 AM
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Klass Kote MO is still alive and well. Contact Leo, he will take care of you. Best customer service I have gotten in a long time.

Scott
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Old 11-06-2015, 11:14 AM
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Klass Kote is absolutely up and running! We're here to help you as we have for years! Visit us at www.klasskote.com or email us at klasskote@gmail.com or call us at 612-234-1234.
Old 11-06-2015, 12:21 PM
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Jan,

Thank you for your business.

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Old 11-07-2015, 09:37 AM
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Thanks Leo. I'll post up my purchase once it arrives. Unfortunately I have a Curare to build first!!! Nice predicament to be in. There's also a UFO thrown into the mix too.
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I'm a bit confused with KlassKote the 612 are code http://www.klasskote.com/ and KlassKoteMo http://www.klasskotemo.com/index.htm a 636 area code. The first one is the web site with all of the KlassKote paints under the sun. The KlassKoteMo site has a handful of colors and the Ballistic Aircraft Company products.

Same guy, different web sites?
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Sorry for the confusion..... At KlassKote.com (area code 612): we are the manufacturers and direct sellers of the Klass Kote/X-otic product lines. Leo at KlassKotemo.com is one of our dealers and has been for years. Both of us are more than happy to help you with your needs! Thanks for the question!!
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thanks, I was just going to reply to that.
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Originally Posted by klasskote View Post
Sorry for the confusion..... At KlassKote.com (area code 612): we are the manufacturers and direct sellers of the Klass Kote/X-otic product lines. Leo at KlassKotemo.com is one of our dealers and has been for years. Both of us are more than happy to help you with your needs! Thanks for the question!!
Thanks, I just ordered some part B online, white primer and gloss.... Thinner also; glad to see you are now offering thinner in gallon quantity.

Talking primer part B, the material in my old can (7 years old?) had turned to this gooey unusable mess. Is that what happens when the material gets old or did I contaminate the can somehow? Part A is fine and is still usable.

In fact I used part A primer, added baby powder to it and regular gloss part B and it cured okay, just a little shinier than normal primer. Just as easy to sand, even with gloss part B. There is built in flexibility in use which is a good thing.

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