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Old 06-21-2007, 09:44 PM
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shopline paint mixing

well i have a few ? first i can't find what raio to mix my paint here is what i have help please.

it is shopline paint

jbpb acrylic basecoat /gallon
jc620 acrylic urethane clear /gallon
jh6265 fast hardner/guart
jp202 2k primer surfacer/gallon
jh301 2k undercoat hardener/quart
jr506 meduim reducer/gal

the paint shop said this is all i need to repaint my truck/color change/
last i new you mixed reducer with primer not hardener?
an no reducer for the clear? I can't find any thing on the web please help

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jbpb acrylic basecoat /gallon
jc620 acrylic urethane clear /gallon
jh6265 fast hardner/guart
jp202 2k primer surfacer/gallon
jh301 2k undercoat hardener/quart
jr506 meduim reducer/gal

jbpb base coat is reduced as needed with jr506

From the looks of it, jc620 Clear is mixed 4:1 with jh6265 fast hardner

jp202 is mixed 4:1 with jh301 hardener


Depending on the temperature in MI, if it is over 75 degrees, I would take the Fast Hardener back and get a Medium or Slow hardener.

With the fast you will run into a major orange peel situation. The slower hardener will allow the clear to flow out better.

Frank
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thanks i am taking back the fast hardener @80+ degress outside it will dry before it hits the truck. i just need to find the mix ratio foe the base
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