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Door jamb tip

Post by btldigger on January 5th 2008, 9:51 pm

You can pick up a cheap airbrush and use it to spray those pita areas like door jambs and inside hood and trunk areas. I used this method on my current project. Nice part is you dont need a large compressor to run it.
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Re: Door jamb tip

Post by Matt on January 7th 2008, 5:39 am

You can also find most of Rustoleums colors in spray cans. They are a dead on match from what i've experienced and work well to reach inside tail light buckets, behind grills, etc...

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Post by Slave One on July 15th 2009, 1:41 pm

Matt wrote:You can also find most of Rustoleums colors in spray cans. They are a dead on match from what i've experienced and work well to reach inside tail light buckets, behind grills, etc...

First, Thank you Matt for putting this great looking forum together! Been a big fan of this subject since first reading the Mopar thread, but have yet to try it out for myself.

Are there any differences in dry times for the thinned paint as opposed to a rattle can? And am I correct in assuming that the paint from a rattle can is essentially the same as using unthinned paint?

I have seen a few recommendations to use rattle cans for hard to reach places and stipes and such but have been wondering this.
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Post by RoboGeek on July 15th 2009, 3:27 pm

If you spray thin coats, it actually dries as fast if not faster. I managed to do most of my underhood areas, doors and trunk with just one can - it is a perfect match
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