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04-29-2013 12:19 PM
JoAnnBortles Thanks Ray. Marblizer is fun stuff to work with.
04-29-2013 12:08 PM
69 widetrack Love the Detail JoAnn...fantastic job...I've seen a fair amount of your work and you never cease to amaze.

Ray
04-29-2013 06:16 AM
JoAnnBortles
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Originally Posted by BobbyC View Post
Hello All,

Anyone have a recommendation for a good painter in the Louisville, KY area? I need someone that can paint House of Kolor paints. My wife and I have a 67 Corvair convertible that we would like to paint Lilac Marbilizer from House of Kolor.

Thanks,
BobbyC
I have painted many jobs using HOK Marblizer. If you want to use Marblizer on your car, make sure your painter knows how to use it. You have to take certain steps with it, that must be followed to the T, like using HOK SG 100 Intercoat clear over the Marblizer. If that step is not followed and followed well, you can have serious de-lamination problems.
Here is the tech sheet that explains how to use Marblizer.

http://www.houseofkolor.com/PDF/Tech..._MARBLIZER.pdf
Here's one of my marblizer paint jobs.
03-19-2013 11:02 AM
jcclark I do paint here in Louisville, and I have used the HOK marbelizer.
I don't paint complete cars, I just do small collision repair
that usually only involves 1 to 2 panels.
And I only paint during warm weather.

The marbelizer is easy to do, just spray it on, cover with plastic,
then pull it off while wet. The effect varies a lot by how much you
spray, what kind of plastic you use, and how soon you
remove it. It can look awsome when done.
I've only used it on graphics, I'm no expert but anyone can do it.
03-19-2013 10:14 AM
BobbyC
Paint It Myself?

So, no responses. I guess that means no one knows of a good House of Kolor painter?

How difficult are the Marblizer paints to paint at home? Any suggestions/recommendations?
03-17-2013 02:04 PM
BobbyC
Good Painter in Louisville, KY Area

Hello All,

Anyone have a recommendation for a good painter in the Louisville, KY area? I need someone that can paint House of Kolor paints. My wife and I have a 67 Corvair convertible that we would like to paint Lilac Marbilizer from House of Kolor.

Thanks,
BobbyC

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