cuz you didn't order me the paint and the clear yet :roll: and i don't expect it to come in till next week so start ordering mah damn paint and clear :wink:ChinaOne said:why don't you bring it over mah house and do it since im buying the paint to paint your front lip
Baking refers to the bake cycle in a paint booth, which I am going to assume you do not have. The temp is like 120 or so I believe. The reason you bake the part is to assist in the release of the silicone from the resin to the surface. Once on the surface you can remove it with the wax and grease remover.lexluger180 said:what kind of primer to use?can i use high heat primer?and i did a search and found something about paint bake?
what are you trying to fill? You should keep the thickness of the primer coat as thin as possible. Plastic filler should be used if there are any voids or air pockets.BigDaddyRich said:Prime with yellow "filler" primer. then wetsand that when it dries.
Final Prepping: Water sand with a 1500grit then rinse wipe clean and then use a good bodyshop degreaser. I use Sikkens R600 degreaser.
then wipe that with a tack rag and ur good to paint!