A direct how-to for my painting situation
Posted 04 October 2012 - 11:31 AM
I start by trimming flash/scribing lines/general body work when and where it's needed. I then take a toothbrush and use the toothpaste to give the paint some footing.
My model is a '62 Thunderbird that I am spraying MM Wimbeldon White. The body was molded in white, so I did not use any primer (some of you will shame me for this, but I currently don't have any white primer)
SO, I have my first mist coat of the lacquer on. Where do I go from here? This is my first white car and the last thing I want to do is thrash the body not following a proper procedure. I do have a can of MM Ultra Gloss Clearcoat that I would like to use as well. (Ive never cleared or polished any of my cars for the reason of not being able to find a solid set of directions to fit my exact application.
Thank you in advance for any and all help. Its much appreciated
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