I'm just wondering if anyone has any info on the sulphur containing compound present in superglow red and especially orange powder paints. This mystery compound makes these paints very hard to work with as it reacts upon contact with water or humidity in the air to create a very aromatic substance with an incredibly strong and foul odor. This also makes use of sealcoat an absolute impossibility due to its water based nature. I would love to find a clear coat that does not react with this mystery compound or require 3-5 coats to prevent the smell. I have contacted pro-tec but they don't seem especially interested in discussing the chemical composition of these paints. Chemical analysis of a powder like these paints is too expensive atm and I would love to be able to work with these paints more easily, so any info or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.