krylon fusion paint is a winner !
Posted 27 April 2006 - 10:18 AM
Since I'm doing a ford goodguys 3 window coupe in gloss black I decided to try the new krylon fusion plastic paint.It says on the can it's a direct spray on and no primer is needed BUT I still primmed the body and all parts with krylon white quick dry primmer(12 minutes to dry and no drips)I have to say I really like this stuff and it really shines nice when dry.Now after I'm done I'll put a few light coats of clear and I'm done.It's to bad fusion only comes in about 10 colors and most are ugly but the gloss black did the job for my little 32 coupe.Has anyone else used this paint with good results? Take care,sparkyd31
Posted 27 April 2006 - 02:50 PM
Posted 27 April 2006 - 05:04 PM
On the dull and shiny I've noticed that more when I use it over primer or another paint. The thing I really like about it is you really have to try and make it run, I've been in a hurry and been impatient several times where I know another paint would have run but the Fusion goes on perfect anyway.
I have decided it is more sensitive to cold and humidity though, but I can't prove it, just a theory I'm developing.
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I've done three Mustangs and a Talladega also. See them at
Posted 26 May 2006 - 05:43 PM