Andrew 2.8i wrote:Hi,
You could try using a high volume low pressure paint gun, like the one mentioned on this thread. It produces a more professional finish than rattle cans, although the prep is the most important part of creating a decent finish.
caprikid61 wrote:Sheff do you still use the easy painter ? also how do you know how much paint and whatever else you use to mix together ? Only ever used rattle cans so dont have a clue about mixing paint . Thanks again guys for your advice !! Between us all We might get my capri looking good again . Cheers Alex
brooky wrote:I used the same stuff Neil on a lot of my parts when I rebuilt the capri, it is nice stuff and 3 years later is still protecting everything
Thats 2 coats of 962 primer on then I rubbed down with 800 grit before Applying some coats of red highfill primer . I have left it overnight to harden/dry before I return tomorrow to start with the top coats so fingers crossed it will be better this time.
I need to bring the capri back tomorrow for work on Monday does anybody know how long it will take before I can it drive home after painting the last coat ??
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