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Old 01-22-2011, 06:24 PM   #21
PTModIT
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Here's one I'am trying to finish.Its a brand new guitar that I wiped clean with lighter fluid and sprayed the white on right over the clear. I will not be clearing this one.I left the input in place and got overspray on it ,again going for a replica.Oh and the one above is over 2 years old and the paint is the same as when i first applied it..
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Old 01-23-2011, 10:19 AM   #22
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Here's one I'am trying to finish.Its a brand new guitar that I wiped clean with lighter fluid and sprayed the white on right over the clear. I will not be clearing this one.I left the input in place and got overspray on it ,again going for a replica.Oh and the one above is over 2 years old and the paint is the same as when i first applied it..


Thanks for all the help! As I'm only going to need a bit of paint, so spray isn't really an option, what paint should I use for going straight on over the clear, after cleaning with lighter fluid?
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