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Wayne you can still spray a couple of light coats of gray over the paint you have already sprayed as long as it isn’t too thick of a application.
I’ve always used floquil.
I don’t really like the water based paint but sometime soon I’ll have to start looking at it
On Oct 21, 2020, at 6:51 PM, Wayne <waynewtaylorii@...> wrote:
Thanks for all the tips. Can't believe this information can't be found on an internet search. Glad I did it on a lower priced model that had missing parts and had been started by the prior owner and not done that well. Chalk it up to the cost of education.
Definitely use a grey primer. I use either a light gray NON filling primer from Walmart or Tamiya light gray primer.
On Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 05:35:10 PM EDT, Towne Comee <prowordsmith@...
Recommendation would have been to apply a couple of coats of thin primer first - before painting. Using a neutral color (light grey or a muted white) will make a uniform surface and will enable the final paint to be all one shade. It can vary when laid upon black and other sections are white.