I agree 100% withe kevin campbell that the first coats are critical and it’s a good idea to spray them a little lighter and it makes it easier to avoid blotches. That being said, your first attempt doesn’t look to bad at all
the jobber I talked to said they just carry the primers and clears but he would put a order for the base clear for me, SPI referred me to this company but I guess I will phone SPI tomorrow and see if I cant just order straight thru them.
JimC which clear are you using, the jobber told me they sold the Universal and the Euro clear, Im liking the sounds of the Euro because of the price and quantity you get from a kit. Anyone have some feedback on the euro clear.
both are good clears. with a candy i would definately use universal. the price of it is still really reasonable. the universal has 2 extra uv inhibitors in it that the euro doesn’t have which you definately want with a candy job. euro is a harder clear while universal is slightly softer and will buff alot easier. i generally use the universal clear for just aboout everything but i also use euro for certain jobs. spi recently came out with an extra slow cat for the universal clear which is great for overalls in warmer weather.
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