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Old 10-01-2012, 08:04 AM
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dry gun ?

spraying something very big with a dry gun, It seems like you would have to have your clear gun in one hand and the dry flake gun in the other. the last couple of times I borrowed a gun from a friend, that he sprayed flake with, It had a large enough tip. and with marbles inside to hear as you shook the gun, You lay it on flat so it flows out, looks wet on the car, no dry dust areas, We used a Harbor freight siphon parts cleaner gun to lay some dry reflective powder on My kid's VW bumpers just sprayed a wet coat first. / I would try a harbor freight $ 15 abrasive blaster gun, before buyin the one listed above.

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