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Someone has to be first..... I found the best way to prep the plastics is to scuff them all with a 000 Scotch-brite pad and then use a tac rag just before spraying. I used the Fusion for the first coat and then you can use any other paint type for second and third colors
 

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Good idea, I used the scotchbrite pad also with the Fusion paint, Ive gone through brush and and did not scrap paint off only mild scratches in paint easy touch up.
 

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Same here, I put down three coats and then Duplicolor clear to protect from blasting on my side panels, came out pretty good to.

Rog
 

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I used the fusion.....sanded lightly with some 800 grit. Everything seemed to work fine except I am getting some spots that are smooth and some rough spots. There is a lot of paint dust coming off if you just rub your hand across the rough spots. Any clue whats going on? Am I doing this wrong?
 

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Vtec, that is basically over spray that your rubbing off. The trick seems to be applying as wet a coat as possible without making it run
 

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thats sick dirty... great job. :good:

lookin to do the same to mine here pretty soon.



hey rog, you painted your rhino yourself????
 

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damn, I'm a hurtin' ninja right now. I might have to do a Krylon facelift instead of sending to my painter buddy...
Did you tape off your garage and make a paint "booth" out of it? What other prep shit?
 
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