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Old 01-10-2013, 11:13 PM
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Remember , with rattlecan paint oil and gas will strip it faster than you can yell a curse word ! Ive found that urethane clear with hardener will cover any rattlecan paint ,ANY , and youll end up with a super shiney , long lasting , solvent protected finish that will make you want to open the hood . I paint a lot , many parts , so I keep it around but a Qt. of clear and Pt. of hardener will run you maybe 50 bucks and youll be surprised how often youll use it ! Wheels , hood bottom sides , engine compartments and the list goes on and on . If you dont have a compressor , you probably dont do paint at all anyway . Wear a respirator !
You got it! Next best thing to powder coating. I even paint some of my my wood carvings w/ clear urethane when I want a slick porcelain look.
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