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What is the name of the new FUTURE ?

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What is the name of the new FUTURE ?
Posted by Bob D on Monday, December 27, 2021 12:25 PM

New Future name ?

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Posted by gregbale on Monday, December 27, 2021 12:42 PM

Believe it's currently "Pledge Revive-It Floor Gloss --Original--"...unless they've changed the name again.

Was formerly known as Pledge FloorCare Multi-Surface Finish, originally known as Future,

Greg

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Posted by disastermaster on Tuesday, December 28, 2021 4:17 PM

The real future is in the past.

On the kitchen counter somewhere in North Carolina

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Posted by Eaglecash867 on Tuesday, December 28, 2021 4:54 PM

Dark Helmet: So when will then be now?

Colonel Sanders: Soon.

My input on the question is that I'm pretty much in the same camp as people who say "Future is for floors".  Much better alternatives available these days.

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Posted by JohnnyK on Thursday, December 30, 2021 2:03 PM

I am not sure what you are planning to do with Future (whatever it's current name is), but I advise caution.

A number of years ago I used it as a clear coat. The Future micro-cracked after it cured. I think that the red paint was not fully cured when I applied the Future.

Your comments and questions are always welcome.

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Posted by Greg on Thursday, December 30, 2021 2:46 PM

disastermaster

The real future is in the past.

 

That's clever. :)

And +1

-Greg

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Posted by disastermaster on Thursday, December 30, 2021 3:32 PM

Greg

 disastermaster

The real future is in the past.

 

 That's clever. :)

And +1

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Posted by Greg on Thursday, December 30, 2021 5:10 PM

You're welcome. Smile

 

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Posted by the Baron on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 8:56 AM

JohnnyK

I am not sure what you are planning to do with Future (whatever it's current name is), but I advise caution....A number of years ago I used it as a clear coat. The Future micro-cracked after it cured. I think that the red paint was not fully cured when I applied the Future. 

If I may offer a clarification, that's a caution to make sure whatever paint is on the model's surface has cured, before applying Future-or any clear coat medium, for that matter.  It's not an issue with Future itself.  As far as I can tell, from using Future as a gloss coat since the mid-90s, Future is inert and doesn't react with paint underneath it.  I use it regularly over water- and alcohol-based acrylics, over enamels, and sometimes over lacquers, too.

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Posted by Eaglecash867 on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 10:35 AM

the Baron
If I may offer a clarification, that's a caution to make sure whatever paint is on the model's surface has cured, before applying Future-or any clear coat medium, for that matter.  It's not an issue with Future itself.  As far as I can tell, from using Future as a gloss coat since the mid-90s, Future is inert and doesn't react with paint underneath it.  I use it regularly over water- and alcohol-based acrylics, over enamels, and sometimes over lacquers, too.

I tried using the new Future (Pledge Floor Care, I think) a few years ago when I was just starting my recently completed F-16CJ build.  I airbrushed it onto the parts of the main gear well that I had airbrushed with Tamiya X-2.  Due to issues with spare time at that point, that Tamiya X-2 had a little over 3 weeks to cure before I put the Future on it...and a week or two later, I could see under bright light that the coat of Future had developed a nasty spider web of cracks in it.  It may be due to the "newer" formulation of Future, but it cracks, even on fully-cured paint.  The newer formulation has also proven to react badly with Bob Dively's Liquid Mask on canopies.  I ended up having to use Novus to polish all of the crazed Future off of my nicely-painted canopy, and ended up finding out that nothing looks better than a canopy that has been polished with Novus.

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