Originally posted by woodpaneling@Sep 9 2006, 02:42 AM~6135859
I know he gets what he pays for... I'm not talking like Wal-Mart brand spray can paint... but there is good quality shit out there that is cheaper than HOK, or PPG, etc...
He wants something that will last, so not junk paint... but something on a budget. I've sprayed NAPA's Crossfire line, which was cheap, and it turned out looking nice. I don't know how well it holds up though. The clear definitely wasn't as nice and deep looking as the PPG.
Originally posted by woodpaneling@Sep 10 2006, 01:54 PM~6142850
Anymore suggestions... who makes nason? What are the lower priced lines of some of the good brands?
1 gallon kit of nason is like $70 here for the clear.Originally posted by woodpaneling@Sep 11 2006, 12:24 AM~6145688
About how much does the Nason run... I will probably go with that. I am trying to get a ballpark figure of what it will cost him...
92 Caprice, jambs painted. The factory paint is really good on it, so I shouldn't need anything beside primer sealer, base, clear. It will be flaked out in silver flake.