Coffin Nail Racing wrote: ↑Wed Jun 06, 2018 12:54 amMy "Custom Painting Pinewood Derby Cars with Spray Paint Cans !" is finally posted.
Yes it's a long video, but there's a lot of info and a lot of steps to painting car's that look like mine.
SEE VIDEO HERE
Feel Free To Ask Questions In the Video Comments
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After reviewing your cool video some more I have a few questions to ask that i did not hear mentioned.
1st ? :
When I'm finished painting with a particular paint type or color.. Should I turn the rattle can or can's up side down to spray out the excess paint
so that I won't waste paint by letting the paint dry out clogging up the spray nozzles .. before my next spray paint projects.
2nd ? :
I understand why your priming to seal the wood grain and sanding smooth to get the best paint finish possible.
So my Question is this.. because this is where my painting projects seem to go south on me!
Even with the same brand names and paint types.. If the clear sealer is sprayed to soon on the paint.. it seems to crack the paint finish.
Should I wait 7 days for the spray paint to cure or for the fresh paint smell to leave the project before spraying the clear sealer on fresh paint.
Hoping that you can help me get the cracking effects out of my spray painting projects.