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Hard Plastic Dying

Help again? I am using the SEM dye on my 84 camaro's interior and was wondering what is the best sprayer to use. I don't want to spend an arm and a leg but want to do a good job. Any input on spray rigs is appreciated.

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First question: Do you have a compressor? If you do then just get a cheap gravity feed gun from Harbor Freight.

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This is what I use. It's called a Critter 118 siphon gun. It's more expensive than an HF spray gun (about $35.00) but it has a glass container so you can see the liquid you're spraying. Woodworkers use it to spray stain, and potters use it to spray glaze. I use it mostly to spray foam to foam glue, but it sprays SEM beautifully. The best part is that the container is a 16 oz. Mason (or Kerr) jar. You can spray and then seal up whatever is left over by putting a lid on the jar and replacing it with another jar.
You can also modify the sprayer to use different containers. Here's the web site for it: CLICK HERE
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THANX for the link!!

I gotta' get me one of those!!

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