Here's a few pics of our 75 Trillium
, as I mentioned in earlier posts I was waiting on some warm weather and an afternoon, well, it's 83 degrees today and lots of sun so I set out just 5 hours ago to shoot the trill with some clear. (I've been color sanding for weeks though). I thought I'd try the duplicolor clear coat from Auto Zone, I was going to shoot it with automotive clear but thought I'd give it a try. Here's the pros and the cons in case you want to know. I used my hvlp gun on this project.
Easy to shoot, levels fast no runs even on final coat
cost was fairly cheap it took 4 quarts, but could have used up to 6 @ 21.00 quart. (84.00) on this project.
No mixing or thinning, no hardners, low overspray just pour in the gun and shoot (very easy)
You can overshoot at any time for touch up without a problem.
Very satisfactory results no need to color sand and buff
Dries to the touch very fast
none, easy and great results
If you're like me, no extra time this is a good bet if you want to shine up your trailer with little expense. Color sand it with wet and dry paper, if you want a really nice finish then do your final sanding with 600 , 800 or 1000. Be sure to wipe it down with wax remover (also availabe at Auto Zone). I'm happy with it and this puppy is going up for sale
soon! Almost time to move on to a new project.
No real cons on this project.