Discussion in 'Color is everything!' started by techg8, Aug 8, 2017.
and lastly with the clear
Looks great. Sure doesn't look like a home garage DIY paintjob. I would be happy with that outcome.
I am closing in on paint. I have 2 coats of epoxy on bare metal , 2 coats of 2k primer on and blocked , with another 2 coats going on , three in problem areas (was a vinyl roof, not no more), then sealer. Your pics have given me incentive to get out there and blocksand.... Jim/Rott
Body panels lined up prior to disassembly.
Laying on more primer... .
Awesome. It's a lot of work ain't it.
If there were two things I'd change about my job they would be 1) use epoxy on the bare metal instead of self etching primer. 2) reduce the clear by 1/4 or 1/2 part to get it to lay flatter.
That's cool! Get r done
Looks great Ken!
Wow. Those newer pic. Fantastic
That is not an easy color to spray. That is amazing. Impressed
Body work looks perfect
Just going through the learning process on clear. Have a friend that used to teach auto body class at local college. He told me that the paint manufactures do not tell you to reduce clear because it makes the VOC's higher. He said do 10 to 20% reducer depending on air temp.