#1
Okay, first of all, I read the starter's threads, and searched, and still could not find an answer to this question.

Last year at this time, I repainted my guitar an ugly red and black... combo thing. Well I've been waiting for this time to roll around again, and now that it has, I'm going to repaint it again. I want to paint it white. What kind of paint do I use? Really. I have no idea, is it a spray? Any advice is appreciated.
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#2
yeh, spray, car paint works well. Make sure you lacquer over it with clear lacquer
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#3
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Use duplicolor car paints avail in most car stores. and allow each coat to cure for abotu 3 hours before your next coat.
Last edited by kaplac at Jun 4, 2006,
#5
As long as you know how to use it evenly, Krylon is much better than duplicolor. Duplicolor is probably second best...
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