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Coatings Ingredients
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Coatings Ingredients
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Central Fiber
An environmentally-friendly cellulose fiber. Acts as a rheology modifier and filler. It is made from reclaimed paper products and replaces asbestos. It is gray in appearance and 0.53 mm in length... view more
Central Fiber
An environmentally-friendly cellulose fiber. Acts as a rheology modifier. Offers green strength and adds texture. It is made from reclaimed paper products. It is gray in appearance and 1.31 mm in... view more
Central Fiber
An environmentally-friendly cellulose fiber. Acts as a rheology modifier and filler. Also functions like asbestos. It is made from reclaimed paper products. It is gray in appearance and 0.83 mm in... view more
Central Fiber
An environmentally-friendly cellulose fiber. Acts as a rheology modifier and filler. Also functions like asbestos. It is made from reclaimed paper products. It is gray in appearance and 0.87 mm in... view more
Central Fiber
An environmentally-friendly cellulose fiber. Acts as a rheology modifier and filler. Also functions like asbestos. It is made from reclaimed paper products. It is gray in appearance and 0.72 mm in... view more
Central Fiber
An environmentally-friendly cellulose fiber. Acts as a rheology modifier and controls sag. Also functions like asbestos. It is made from reclaimed paper products. It is gray in appearance and 0.57... view more
Central Fiber
An environmentally-friendly cellulose fiber. Acts as a rheology modifier and controls sag. Also functions like asbestos. It is made from reclaimed paper products. It is gray in appearance and 0.57... view more
Central Fiber
An environmentally-friendly cellulose fiber. Acts as a rheology modifier and controls sag. Also functions like asbestos. It is made from reclaimed paper products. It is gray in appearance and 0.54... view more
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