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Old 05-25-2013, 08:12 AM
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Originally Posted by Kevin45 View Post
Unless Single Stage has really changed over the years, I always mixed it 50% and then added the hardener and it would lay down smooth with no peel at all. Now mind you, that's been a few years back, probably more than I care to realize. I also always used a DeVilbiss siphon type of gun, and 60 lbs pressure. I actually don't think I ever had any peel with any of the single stage paints I shot. Also the last coat, I would thin it a tad more if it was a metallic and give it a final spray to eliminate any possible tiger striping.
Yep you are right, that was YEARS, we are talking decades ago. You best not try that today unless it says it on the tech sheet. Loading up the paint with reducer is a sure way to have some killer die back!

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