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And they have a cold cure clear also that was glass like.
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Anyone uses this?
Had been around for a while
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I use their High impact pourable when those are requested. The Veined 99 shade is a close match to Lucitone 99.

So is Keystone's Sledgehammer Light Fibered to my eyes.
 
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There used to have another brand besides Lucitone, GC, St George that I used when I was in MD Anderson
but cannot for the life of me remember. It does not seem to be in the market either - searched Alternatives to Lucitone
and only the few mentioned above.
Any one remember?
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Fricke?

Edit: Never mind, I posted before I read down the thread and saw that Sideshow bob had already posted it.
 
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I’ve been using nature cryl for almost 20 years. It doesn’t get that orangish tint that 199 gets over time.
 
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My Lucitone 199 Original shade guides I made from 2018 HAVE ALL BEGUN TO TURN ORANGE.
The rumor is true,
I used to think it was the patients' cleaning techniques that oranged it out but this chit turned orange in two years IN A CLOSED DRAWER!
What garbage acrylic but I will continue using it as my old timers swear by it.
Man is it crap though.
I actually have a bottle of orange candualor aesthetic to match that orange shade on repairs/relines.
 
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Good news I'm not sure if I put here already.

Called Keystone. Not only are they ramping up production of their cold and heat cure materials under the Diamond D and Sledgehammer name that we all know, they are about to release a new pourable that will shadematch exactly to the Diamond D shade family.

No news from my source on how Millineum will fare after the Diamond D pourable gets released. But the Diamond D is to be a high strength material worth of the name.
 
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Good news I'm not sure if I put here already.

Called Keystone. Not only are they ramping up production of their cold and heat cure materials under the Diamond D and Sledgehammer name that we all know, they are about to release a new pourable that will shadematch exactly to the Diamond D shade family.

No news from my source on how Millineum will fare after the Diamond D pourable gets released. But the Diamond D is to be a high strength material worth of the name.
Awesome news. Thanks for the info.
 
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