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Old 02-01-2006, 10:40 AM
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ah all good now...

Thanks alot, i shall try to keep my foolish questions to a minimum (even though they come to me so naturally....)

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Bro, a bc/cc in your country I think they call 2 pack... since it is two parts.. one is base and the other clear... also everyone I have ever spoke with over seas seems to call all the paint lacquer, even if it is a urethane... terminology barrier sometimes between the two countrys...

A single stage will just be the color and clear if you will all rolled into one package... the uv protection is already mixed in... you apply 2 good coats of urethane ss paint and either wet sand and add a few more coats or leave it be.... I still prefer bc/cc for everything except something like a Model A etc...
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ahhh...

ah... lost in translation.... thank you, i looked at painting my car with truck enamel a few years ago, instead i got 2 pack done on it..... well the guy was a cowboy, really messed things up (i didn't want to take it pack, it took long enough the first time round and i was hard on cash at the time)... anyway i have heard that this truck enemal, well the discription the guy gave (diffrent painter) was pretty similar to this SS stuff, he said it would take more punishment..... wish i had gone and got him to of done my ride.... well lesson learned and money lost....



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yes Single Stage URETHANE

big diff b/t Single Stage URETHANE and S.S.ENAMEL paints.
1000's of Body shops across the USA use the single stage URETHANE it's the only way to fly...Base Clear is great but more of a special occasion paint
especially since wet sanding the clear and buffing can take days to polish out.

Single Stage Urethane PPG is killer, easy to touch up, no wet sanding, just buff out to a great shine, less expensive materials and looks great.

If it's a Metallic Paint make sure you mist coat as you go to smooth out the mottled effect.
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big diff b/t Single Stage URETHANE and S.S.ENAMEL paints.
1000's of Body shops across the USA use the single stage URETHANE it's the only way to fly...Base Clear is great but more of a special occasion paint
especially since wet sanding the clear and buffing can take days to polish out.

Single Stage Urethane PPG is killer, easy to touch up, no wet sanding, just buff out to a great shine, less expensive materials and looks great.

If it's a Metallic Paint make sure you mist coat as you go to smooth out the mottled effect.
I don't know whereyou get your information. You actually have it backwards. SS is more of a special occasion paint. In body shops around here, and I believe most places, BC/CC is used alot more than SS for quality jobs. If the paint job needs wet sanding and buffing, it will if it is SS, or BC/CC, as the reasons for it are usually flaws in the way it was sprayed, or trash in the finish. Neither one would require buffing just for a gloss without flaws.

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I don't know whereyou get your information. You actually have it backwards. SS is more of a special occasion paint. In body shops around here, and I believe most places, BC/CC is used alot more than SS for quality jobs. If the paint job needs wet sanding and buffing, it will if it is SS, or BC/CC, as the reasons for it are usually flaws in the way it was sprayed, or trash in the finish. Neither one would require buffing just for a gloss without flaws.

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