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Old 07-13-2004, 12:00 AM
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Where did you shoot the paint? It looks geed from the picture. GoodJob

http://www.martinsenour-autopaint.co...artin/9108.pdf

I used the Crossfire High Solids Urethane Clearcoat cc5000

For some reason the Black dident stick to the primer the color changing paint stuck to the black and the clear dident stick to the paint at all. They were all sprayed the same time though. For some reson I dont think my paint guy gave me the right Actavated and slow temp reducer. In my garage when im spraying can get up to 110 easy Las vegas summer times with compressors running.

Everytime I try to spray this stuff I have to put it on really thick just to lay smooth with decent atomization. Everytime I spray coats light coats it looks grainy and never lays. Im gonna try the slowest reducer I can find next time to get this stuff to lay.

Next time I paint my Blazer and brothers Crx ill post my project and hope someone on here can help me out. Thanks, CHris
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