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Rolling flat black

Post by 70Monte on June 9th 2012, 11:49 pm

Hello. I have a 70 Monte Carlo I started rolling with Rustoleum. The door and rear qtr look awesome, exactly the look im going for. What the heck happened to the front fender??? Any tips on rolling flat? I am not looking for any shine whatsoever.

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Re: Rolling flat black

Post by cac1967 on June 10th 2012, 10:08 pm

Did you change your mix any when rolled the fender or did you use a different can of paint? really need a closer pic of the fender.
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Post by superdave on June 11th 2012, 10:53 am

Something is different with the paint. It could be manufacturing differences between 2 cans of the same type of paint.
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Post by 70Monte on June 11th 2012, 12:06 pm

Yeah, I could not repeat my success.....I sanded the whole thing down and we sprayed it in my garage. Rustoleum Satin Black cut with 15% acetone with a HVLP gun. It turned out amazing! this is just the first coat.

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