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Advice for using Gunze "Masking Sol"

October 21 2004 at 3:18 PM
james morgan  (no login)
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I am going to attempt a "hard-edge" tri-color pattern with Gunze Masking Sol and although the instructions are in japanese, I assume you:

1 spray on your base coat
2 apply Masking Sol where you want that pattern to remain
3 overspray the second color
4 apply more Masking Sol
5 final color coat

But before I start would someone with experience offer some advice?

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james morgan
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Sorry, this is a question.

October 21 2004, 5:11 PM 


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Pat McGrath
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look below

October 22 2004, 7:00 PM 

See the "Damage lots of Damage" thread below for some answers

-Pat McGrath

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james morgan
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yes, for weathering, but no, for tricolor painting...

October 25 2004, 1:24 PM 

no worries, I'll experiment...

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