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05-22-2007 08:25 AM
Countilaw Yep, SS is Base Coat / Clear Coat mixed together, Basically.

Most of the time, when I used a single stage, I clear coat anyway. Make a very deep look.

Frank
05-21-2007 11:25 AM
Bee4Me Basically,think of it as clear coated. About the same concept now days.
05-21-2007 07:42 AM
duallybuster DA with 400 and then shot your SS.
05-20-2007 05:22 PM
hammered 51 just scuff and paint
05-20-2007 02:42 PM
Bluepen
Single stage re-paint?

I painted my truck with single stage ureathane and I need to change one thing. It's a '46 so it has the headlight cans and turn signals on top. I want to re-paint the turn signal covers. They are red right now and want to re-paint them burgundy. Do I have to strip and re-prime then paint or can I just scuff and re-paint? The paint is only two weeks old thats why I'm asking.
Thanks

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