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|12-30-2007, 09:30 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Jan 2006
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Does anyone know how to paint pearl?
i've painted solid color and tried matallic a couple of times. well this is going to be my first time painting pearl so i want to know whats the best way to do the process. i will be doing alot of testing before using it on my vehicle. i have extra bumpers and doors that i can practic on.
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|12-31-2007, 03:22 AM||#3|
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Has to be laid down evenly. Read the tech info about the spray pattern/overlap and stick to it! Keep the gun evenly spaced and moving along at a steady pace. There's no "hit that spot again" touch-ups with pearls.
The number of coats will alter the final outcome - so do all the pieces in order and move through them the same number of times. The test sprays should be done to determine how many coats you like, so try a few and label them to make sure you know which you like and how to replicate it.
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