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Old 08-15-2010, 08:42 AM
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painting jambs

do you use bc/cc on jambs or single shot?

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how nice do you want the car to be? personally i would just use the same paint as you are on the outside of the car. makes for a much nicer job.
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I want it nice but I was wondering if it was easier to do all those small in and around places with SS
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That depends on how nice and smooth you can apply clear with minimal orange peal. The chances on getting an exact color match between SS and BC/CC are a bit iffy IMO.

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be careful to use the same product. i have sprayed a jamb with the same product but if it hasn't cured for a day or two it will burn up. i woulded waste my money on a ss and then buy a bc/cc for the outside, its just one more step when jambing in and would look alot better
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Thanks, two stage it is.
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