Still hard to beat a quality single stage... I believe Spoolfools car is acrylic? Not sure on brand? ... MikeI've often thought for a daily drive that Imron would be good, tough as nails. Old school so don't know if there's better now.
but your half blind now ...LOLBack in 82, that's 1982 you wise guys, I painted my K-5 blazer with black enamel with the hardener. 4 years later it still looked pretty darn good and that's with 4 winters too. No polishing or wet sanding but it did have a little orange peel. Cost about $50, lol.
but your half blind now ...LOL
Well, I NEVER failed to listen to my parents, and I'm 1/2 blind, too.Yeah,I should of listened to my parents growing "up"
Well, I NEVER failed to listen to my parents, and I'm 1/2 blind, too.
What could have happened?
We've used PPG Deltron, PPG Shop Line, Matrix.
Current project is a 55 Chevy pu. It's getting the Shop Line product.
My 55 Chevy sedan is getting the Shop Line, too.
I'm seeing some negative comments on Matrix. One being the price. Since they were bought out, they've skyrocketed the costs. Not worth it, in my opinion.
House of Color has been bought out, too. Prices are outta sight.
A "for instance"...A looonng deal on PPG Shop Line $
1 gallon of blue metallic, 1 gallon of silver metallic, reducers, activators, 1 gallon of grey sealer = $1450
I'd guess Deltron would be at least another $500.
Black is probably a less expensive color.
The Shop Line mixes 4:1:1
A "high end" clear is a good investment!
BASF glasurit FTW...expensive but the best IMOP ...PPG 9700 is their pure black .... most all blacks have some color in them... I will have to look in my notes on best factory matching codes