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Old 06-25-2010, 06:05 PM
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Nason single stage white, anyone ever use this brand of paint?

planning on painting my mustang with single stage enamel. seeing as how buying laquer paint to match the stock paint is relatively expensive at 30 dollars a quart here and already diluted ready to spray at auto zone. This nason paint i painted my 1974 chevy pickup with a it a few years back and it came out pretty good after wet sanding like 3 or 4 times and buffing with rubbing compund shined like glass but took allot of effort. The whit ei want to use is nason industrial enamel. would anyone consider using this on a daily driver to thin out the paint to get it to lay down smooth???

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I used Nason industrial white on an old farm truck of my brother's about 3 years ago, it layed on real smooth and shiney. Didnt need buffed at all. Still looks good today.
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whats the thinner to paint ratio u used?
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I use Nason SS all the time at my shop its the Ful-thane (urathane) its very good for the price...I nprefer it over all the other lower grade paints...
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