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Thread: What's "mica" ?
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> I'm looking at various protective finishes for boxes and need
> to know if the "mica" I've seen on some US sites is the same
> as what I know as Formica or melamine
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Don't know if this is it, but in my last place, we used a mica based black
paint to protect the railway signalling equipment we manufactured.  It was a
very think, matt paint that had a slightly "sparkly" appearance.  Was
supposed to be very long lasting for equipment located outside, but I found
it very easy to get marks on it.

Mike

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