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has any one ever used it or no anyone with any experience with it.. thinking about it on the daily but just not sure if i want to cheap out that way...if you have anything to say about the paint shop stuff, please let me know
 

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Its junk, I had a hood and tailgate done with the stuff. It's very watered down. My ex's dad sprayed it(he builds/paints race cars for a living) and told me never to bring that shit to him ever again :roflmao:
 

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I agree with the watered down part--& I would never use it again except maybe on small scaled stuff--motrcycles or similiar---but I did paint my DD hardbody with that shit

oh, and good luck with any buffing--this is some thin shit---even when applied "thick"



 

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damn, is that nissan done with their clear too. looks almost like a satin, i was going to do the black, but now i think im going with the ppg single stage urethane midnight blue..
 

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damn, is that nissan done with their clear too. looks almost like a satin, i was going to do the black, but now i think im going with the ppg single stage urethane midnight blue..



Yep, Primed, Color & cleared---about 4 coats of each. I'm planning on stripping it back down to the metal and painting it tangerine orange metallic (with real paint this time lol) and painting the wheels a gunmetal grey
 

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Yep, Primed, Color & cleared---about 4 coats of each. I'm planning on stripping it back down to the metal and painting it tangerine orange metallic (with real paint this time lol) and painting the wheels a gunmetal grey
The wheels look sweet on that little truck. It sounds like you put a ton of work/prep into the paint...it's a shame it doesn't shine like it should due to the type of paint used.
 

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The wheels look sweet on that little truck. It sounds like you put a ton of work/prep into the paint...it's a shame it doesn't shine like it should due to the type of paint used.

yeah, I had some time tied up into this thing to--I guess thats what I get for trying something new---i even carried the whole two-tone theme throughout the doorjams, back wall and under the hood. live and learn I guess

underhood--dont mind the dust--its clean now:
 
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