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Posted by Camper on Feb 6, 2008
I know you meant nothing by it, but some of us are a little touchy when a negative comment is made about aging architecture.
As for the acronym, I did some research, and it actually dates back to the days before precise curing times were known. The old-timers would say that you could add another coat of epoxy without sanding, unless the first coat had reached the stage where it couldn't be easily dented by a sharp piece of dinnerware. This was called the "hard to fork" stage, and later it was abbreviated as "HT4K".
In Response to: Sorry 'bout that-- by CLC on Feb 6, 2008