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I missed it...damn!
Surface prep work is your friend, I like wicked, auto air and illustration, the original createx not so much but it works well too, I have bottles of...
I can understand the finish issues, I have all badgers and some have issues like you describe. Probably from when they braze or solder the cups on. A...
You can stretch the paint. I found wicked will go a long way. Some colors more than others.
To you as well
Yes I've used many of those above. They all work. Just watch your clear. Some react.
Its been a good candy when ive used it.
a few more attempts and it seems better, the blue goes along way
I just put a new needle, nozzle, tip combo in an eBay brush. The needle was not right, I didn't even chance the tip. Fixed up, sprays great.
Another plus for spray gunner. Great place!
an aftermarket dash cover, satin clear
I wouldn't mind trying it
Thanks I saw the video, not much out there on it.
Anyone run this stuff yet? I have a job I want to try it on, just curious about it.
I have a velocity jet, my finger won't fit in cup to clean, too small. Good for view
I just tried the chart, didn't work well for me.
I run all badgers with valve on qd, I never tried any other way, but guarantee I would not like a crappy little plastic screw down there. What's up...
I've run catalyzed auto clear through mine. SHOuldn't be a problem, sometimes I thin it, sometimes no. You gotta try. Adjust air and thin if...
IT'S opaque. Higher pigment load than wicked black. It's dense, I have both, really haven't used it much, but you could really stretch it out if you...
I emailed createx about this month's ago, they told me jet black has more pigment in it.