Slow but willing learner
I know you are excited to be starting this next stage....Good stuff! 👍
Thanks, and with your advice, I'm "Zenning" along schmoozing and block sanding.I know you are excited to be starting this next stage....Good stuff! 👍
Thanks for the tip.Pugsy. If you are going to shoot epoxy, put the first coat on wet but not overly heavy and then do two more heavier coats. That will give you an excellent base if you find more little corrections you need to make. If you don't, you will have enough build to do some light blocking
I am loving what you are doing.
Thanks.Pugsy, I would not try to color sand 2 coats. I would scuff with a scotch bright pad and put on at least two more coats.
Is it as straight as you want it?
The 400 will be even better. Leveling the orange peel will make color sanding and polishing that much easier. You are on the right track.Thanks.
Yep, as straight as I will go this round. Driver quality. Frame off time can do touch ups.
I was thinking 400 to take out some peel before re-coating. And then 2 more coats?
I ordered the Iwata LPH-400 but it's 2 - 3 weeks out. I will get the doors and gate ready for when it arrives.