Discussion in 'Exterior' started by Donnie, Oct 23, 2005.
Anyone ever use Eastwoods house brand of paint? they have some nice colors I was wondering how it is
Also do I have to use a sealer if paint is going on right away? Those paints from Eastwood is a single stage by the way that can be cleared in under18 hours
single stage paint you dont clear over
as far as sealer you wont have to use it if you sand the whole truck with 600 grit or finer.
if you sand the primed spots with 320 like i said earlier then youll have to seal those spots
also you dont want to skimp on materials. buy the best you can afford even if you have to wait to save up the money. you get what you pay for
No you dont have toclear single stage but down here in Florida we do, the sun will eat up single stage quick.
The only time Id use single stage is small areas of red, black, or white. And even then I wouldnt recommend it.
Matrix is a decent clear at a decent price, and it will spray over PPG just fine.
400 grit should be fine if its single stage
And yeah listen to Fogle, you get what you pay for.
Last but not least, the most important part of any paint job is the prep, prep it right and most likely your paint job will come out right. Not to mention last.
anyone know where i can get the Shopline 620 ? Also can anyone recommend a good primer thats not super high cost ?
I have a 82 k10 that I am trying to do a budget repaint on. As of now I am thinking a flat orange color. I have read a little bit about tinting primer does anyone know more about this? I am not looking for a show truck just a solid color since somebody work will be done. Just mix a quart of paint in with a gallon of primer..is it really that simple? Maybe there is an easier way of getting a cheap solid color spray I am all ears.
if you want a cheap paint with a matte finish think about like rustoleum. you can buy it by teh qt and thin it down to shoot it through your paint gun.
Anywhere you do bodywork or took it down to the metal, be sure and seal it!!
I think 320 is way to rough for finished primered work... I personaly go min of 400 wet sand on finished body work that has be primed I perfer 600 and then seal It youll be able to see 320 scratches if u look hard enough....
Here's the paint I just got in. http://www.tcpglobal.com/kustomshop/HRF271.aspx
This will be my second attempt at painting an entire truck and it's just gonna' be the HRFlatz paint, no clear. It's more or less a coat of paint to get it through the winter until I can do better this next summer...Comments? Suggestions?
that color will look bad ass on your truck. Are you getting flames too?
Nah, not right now. This is just something to last until I can get a "real" paintjob lol. But yes, it would look badass like the rendering we came up with below, but with black and that blue instead......
Just make sure you spray plastic adhesion promoter down first or all your work will bubble. 1 medium wet coat like base 15 mins flash time
im new to painting.what are some helpful tips? like wat should i keep my gun psi at?
Hows Nasson Brands of paint? Thats all I can get locally here in town. $120 for primer, base and clear (quarts) with reducer and thinner (gallons). Would really like to buy it locally as they can try and match the color.
Also, how much should I need for a hood, tailgate and possibly bed cover?
is actually pretty decent paint, you shouldnt have any problems spraying it
the only paint you should avoid at all costs is OMNI
Really, why do you say that? Just sprayed an entire truck today with Omni. Looks pretty decent, and only needs to last til' the kid totals it...
i get nason from oriellys, turns out great everytime.
i like using BASF or DUPONT anything else is a POS take my word on it cause i sale automotive paint supllies doing it for 10 years now
whats up guys quick question im building an 07 new body tow/show truck im going to have it re painted im leaning towards a two tone silver/ blue havent pick the exact colors im trying to figure out the lines does anyone have a link for some pics so i can get an idea i have some thoughts in my head and on paper but it always helps to see what other people have done
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