Originally posted by Dubz
go with an epoxy primer instead, blitz black i don't think would top coat real well
I thought all primers were pourous. I want to drive the car in the weather, but have the body work I've done protected.
Originally posted by milo
If it were me I'd use Sem Trim black in a rattle can or a quart mix can. You WILL get the result your asking about and it'll sand back off easy as if it were a guide coat...Use laquer thinner 1-1 if useing the mix can.
I would only recomend something if I have done it myself.
If this turns into a "cheaper way " thread I can't help you there. I don't belive in cheap.
Thanks, I didn't think about SEM stuff. I've used their interior paint and it's a great product.
If I can't do it inexpensive, I'll just spend the money and buy some dupont hot rod black paint, Then I know there should be an eventual way to topcoat it with dupont product.