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Old 05-10-2008, 05:27 PM
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What will K-36 Hide?

I've had DPLF primer on my car for about a year, when I shot it, it wasn't great, have some orange peel texture, not a lot, but visible. I've sanded with 80 grit, then 120 now 220. I can see what appear to be sanding scratches, but when I wet it, it looks pretty darn slick.

I'm going to shoot again with 2 coats of DPLF, then K-36, top and cc, PPG Deltron 2000 DBF base, 2021 Clear. I'm not 'anal' (my GF doesn't agree...), but how much will the K-36 cover?

I"ve searched the database and found different thoughts, but looking for more input about sanding or grey scotchbrite pad scuffing between primers and before topcoat. It won't be sitting, going to move right through to finish.

When I die I want to go peacefully - in my sleep, not yelling and screaming like passengers in my car...

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