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test it and let us know but i wouldnt try it on anything i care about

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do it in real light coats

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Krylon what? Most paints are enamels. Most go over lacquers just fine, but I would do some testing on a scrap body first.

Krylon also has a Crystal Clear that is acrylic, which can go over pretty much anything.

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Do you guys realize this thread is well over seven years old? You're just a little bit late... :lol:

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Do you guys realize this thread is well over seven years old? You're just a little bit late... :lol:

LOL!!!! I use the "View New Content" button so this usually isn't an issue. Blame Mark. :lol:

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I find the info relevant still. :D

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Zombie thread notwithstanding, A long time ago, I used Krylon pale light yellow on a '61 Galaxie convertible glue bomb that I restored. It was enamel, thickish, took a long time to dry, but rubbed out very easily and nicely and looked great right out of the can. Depending on the color, I'd do it again.

-MJS

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