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07-19-2005 04:00 PM
PPG D800 vs Dupont Chroma

This is my second post, i am sorry that again i am posting more request than answers (in fact i havent post any answer) thas is because i am a begginer.
I have been using PPD D800 in 3 o 4 panels and the result were great, now i am gonna paint the hole car because color mismatch , and the shop folks tell me to use dupont chroma (HS) they say is better than PPG D800... i dont know waht to do because the Dupont is High Solid (and single pass) the other hand..i have some expirience with the suggestion..
here is something i painted with have alot of dust because i forgot to wet the floor and turn off the air extractor.. this is how it came out of the boot..(couple days later i was sanded with 1500 then 2000 and buffed)

this is my home boot

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