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Old 06-19-2012, 01:13 PM
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Originally Posted by tech69
I think rattle can is far superior for bodylines, but like the dust stuff for quick apps. If I'm working on a stubborn wheel crown I'll reach for the powder cause it's gonna need to be guide coated a few times in a localized area. If it's a troublesome bodyline then I reach for a cheap flat black can. If I blocked the top of a quarter already and am doing the face of the quarter I'll do the powder cause I don't want the overspray on the quarter tops. Both are good in my opinion.
Henry, you bring up a very good point and I totally agree with you. On those sharp lines like that the good old aerosol would be a good way to go. I have abandoned them but yes, that is a good choice.

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