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Can/should I continue to use precat even though it past it's use by date?
I have access to a 5 gallon container that is a year past it's use by date.
What should I look for that would preclude it's use?
The precat viscosity has thickened some but appears to be fine with no gelling. a
Can I just thin to spray as usual or does it need to be disposed of?
 

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Don't use it for anything important. I've used some to finish the backs or underside of items that would never be seen but needed sealing. Once it gets past the expiration date, there's potential for long-term problems like cracking. Nobody wants that to happen.
 
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