California has just about banned every paint product i like... pretty soon i think i will be crushing berries and using carrot juice as a toner to make paint.
But for now I need to move over to House OF Kolor for candy paints.
I believe in following the tech sheets and staying within the paint systems (no cocktail mixing or chemist mix match of products) but the local paint suppliers cant give any advice because they simply sell paint.. oh how the times have changed. At one time a paint store required that the salesman had experience with their products they sell, not anymore.
Im about to paint a car that is a seriously high end build ($200,000+) and im going to be throwing House of Kolor on it. The fun part of this is i have not sprayed their candy products in over 10 years.
So i have been doing research all over and looking for advice from people that have had hands on experience with their current products. advice, warnings, tips are all welcome.
This is not a "how do i spray candy paint" question. I do know how to spray candy with zero streaks or blems. But i sure as heck dont want to find out something about HOK products during the paint process.. or even worse find out after its painted that it will all peel off or something like that.
I will be painting the jambs first and the outside all assembled .. i normally like to paint all apart to avoid tape lines in the jambs but the color will be sensitive to overlap buildup and i dont want dark edges around all the panels. So any advice on how to back blend the jambs or some way to minimize the tape lines will be appreciated . The tape line will be quite hefty considering the sealer, base, mid-coat and clear will be building up against it