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As a project I'm going to take apart my j reynolds electric, strat style guitar that I got for free. This is just going to be to learn my way around the guitar, and what it's like. But I want to try painting it too! What kind of things do I need to do a custom paint job? Different ways that aren't super expesive. And how do I do it. Thanks all!
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#2
You can get a pretty decent mix with a little bit of flour, water, salt and some colorant. Oh, and for the glossy thing, add a little bit of lemon juice!
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You can get a pretty decent mix with a little bit of flour, water, salt and some colorant. Oh, and for the glossy thing, add a little bit of lemon juice!


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#4
If you want even more glossy, you could put an egg wash coating and bake it in the over at 350 degrees for 2 minutes
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As a project I'm going to take apart my j reynolds electric, strat style guitar that I got for free. This is just going to be to learn my way around the guitar, and what it's like. But I want to try painting it too! What kind of things do I need to do a custom paint job? Different ways that aren't super expesive. And how do I do it. Thanks all!



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