Hi everyone! Our deam came true and we have finally moved from Russia to Canada! But I'm currently meeting a lot of difficulties while trying to organise my airbrush workspace because of unaccustomed brends and English terminology. I use Iwata's airbrush and water-based German colors Schmincke. Now I'm going to paint on an aluminium laptop and I would like to save the original laptop's color on background. What kind of crystal primer and automotive lacquer would you recommend? I thing everything is going to be fine if I use: scotch brite-> crystal primer -> automotive lacquer -> scotch brite -> airbrushing -> automotive lacquer. What do you think about these steps? I really wish to save the original laptop's background it looks cool. After a while, I've found a Crystal Clear General Purpose Acrylic Enamel (https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B001DKPL14/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_aPv7EbC1MX4DW) May be it will be better to use just this enamel (I don't know exactly what it is) before drawing? And what kind of friendly water-color degreaser will be better to use? Any suggestions would be appreciated!