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Date: 7/30/2012

Location: mostly my back patio

Description: this album may grow into a collection of step by step test paintings i do in my pursuit of THE right pain set up for my never ending work in progress.

Test Paitings Primer. Seeing As How Im Going For A Durable Paint Job, Engine Enamel Is The Paint Of Choice. Its Heat Resistant And Does Not Chip Easily. It Also Coats Pretty Well. Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings Tape Off. I Taped The Top Off To Give An Idea As To Which Color Would Best Pair Up To The Black I Intend To Leave Parts Of My Car In The Final "draft" Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings Its Certainly Attention Grabbing. In This Instance Im Only Using It As A Very Slim Tiny Maybe Chance At An Accent Line. Most Likely Not Part Of The Final Plan But Its There As An "eh Why Not" Option Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings Flat Olive Green On The Left. Flat Metallic Machinery Gray On The Right. Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings I Painted The Whole Surface To Promote A Smooth Base For The Next Two Paint Coats. Will Be Doing Two Pin Stripes Down Either Side Of The Top, Painting Over That With Bed Coat (Not Bed Liner), Taping Off The Top So That There Is Black Down Th Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings Mild Coats Of Aircraft Cleaner Will Remove Anything From Anything. Including Skin. It, Simply Put, Turns Paint Into Bubbly Liquid That You Can Easily Wipe Off. But Dont Touch It With Bare Hands Or Get It On Your Skin Cause It Will Burn You J Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings Tape Removed, Done Job. Now To Dry. Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings Pin Striping. Just Those 2 Lines Is All That Will Be Showing Of The Grabber Green. Hopefully It Will Give Off Quite A *pop* When All Is Said And Done Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings After Removing All The Previous Test Painting Its Time To Scuff It Up. Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings I Dont Think I Will Be Useing The Grabber Green If I Go With The Flat Olive But I Do Think It Goes Well With The Mach. Gray. Still Though... Im Not A Bit Metallic Guy, Dont Like Glitter... Still Leaning Towards The Olive. Olive On The Left G Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings This Is Bed Coat Not Bed Liner. The Difference Is Texture And Weight. Bed Coat Weighs The Same Ans Regular Paint But When Sprayed At The Right Distance Will Only Give Off The Texture Of Grip Tape. Bed Liner Weighs A Lot More Then Paint And H Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings Personally I Like Red Scotch Pads... They Get The Job Done, And Do It Well. Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings Pinstripes Removed. Man That Grabber Green Is Really Friggn Green! Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings The Wipe Down. I Use Acetone Cause It Makes Most Things That Are Sticky Like Dust And Left Over Paint Specks Not Sticky Anymore. And On Some Surfaces Does The Scuffing More Justice. Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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Test Paitings Wear A Mask! Just Do It. Media byKBLudester1/1/2011
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