I'm in the process of sanding down my 84' CJ-7 to paint it with Durabak inside and out. My question is what size nozzle on the spray gun should I use? Also, at what air pressure should I have my regulator? Prep?
SInce I am not an experienced painter, can anyone give me some helpful hints, tips, or pointers on painting Durabak? Any help is appreciated.
Tip #2, especially if you are someplace warm, do it in the evening so there isn't enough heat/moisture in the air to cure it too quickly. I started my interior coatin around 7 and with 2-3 people doing the Job I got 3 coats on the inside and one coat under the hood and ran out by around 9 and never had to thin with Xylol or sweat myself to death. Wear some raggedy clothes though. My old jeans have a couple little designs on them with durabak from cleaning my hands off.... I rolled it on and used a paintbrush for the tight spots.
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