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02-03-2013 02:39 PM
02Zetechse Just some additional Info to this old thread... Be sure to allow ample Dry time to the layers of Spray paint. being as this style of paint has to "gas" to dry so it will cause issues if each coat doesn't dry before another is added
12-23-2009 07:01 AM
02Zetechse Yeah , that is my worry with the Killer Cans is that when using multiple cans if i do not shake them exactly the same. I will have issues with different tones and blending. Also How much more Hazardous are Urethane Paints compared to the typical Aerosol Paint?
12-22-2009 06:14 PM
norcalfocus01 Thats a pretty advance system for the average person. I looked up the TDS sheets and its a arcylic urethane, pretty high end quality system. Im sure it would work very well, but when using two part paints, alot more things can go wrong.
12-22-2009 04:06 PM
02Zetechse Here they have alot of colors and finishes/ gloss levels ---MONTANA PAINT ---Killer Cans Steep Price but may be worth it a true 2K paint in a can
12-22-2009 03:07 PM
norcalfocus01 Never heard of it, got a link?
12-22-2009 02:55 PM
02Zetechse Has anyone used montana paint on a car before?
12-12-2009 05:34 PM
02Zetechse Great selection of paints for good prices
12-11-2009 06:50 PM
Originally Posted by 02Zetechse View Post
I didnt know that .hope you don't mind if I add that to my OP cause that is good to know.
No problem. Please go ahead and do so.

Kinda of a side bar, but I seen paint specs for bridges that say red for the 1st coat, yellow for 2nd coat, and blue for the 3rd. Just so the job inspector knows that enough paint had been put on the bridge.
12-11-2009 11:39 AM
02Zetechse I didnt know that .hope you don't mind if I add that to my OP cause that is good to know.
12-11-2009 11:00 AM
Originally Posted by 02Zetechse View Post
I have to disagree with Norcal on using grey primer to go from black to red .Although your results will prolly be unnoticeably different I would use the Red Oxide Primer. Its a red/brown primer . Either way its done will work perfectly fine. The red paint may cover better on the Red Oxide Primer.
The reason you want to use a differant color primer, is so when paint the finish coat on, if you cant see the primer, you know youve put enough paint on.

Hi end auto painters used to use red oxide primer, under yellow, blue, black. Just so they knew they had put an even full coat on the car.
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