Re: [CR]rattle can clear coat questions

Example: Framebuilding:Technology
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 20:14:46 -0700 (PDT)
From: "sam lingo" <>
Subject: Re: [CR]rattle can clear coat questions
To: JB Froke <>,, classicrendezvous <>
In-Reply-To: <BAY107-DAV59512BA28197F4B910CA1B8DF0@phx.gbl>

Krylon makes a non-yellowing spray for oil painting.It's found the the art supply at Wal-Mart sam lingo,pleasanton tx

--- JB Froke wrote:

> John - I've had pretty good success with rattle-can

\r?\n> lacquer and krylon

\r?\n> and rust-oleum clear coats (rust-oleum "clear

\r?\n> protective enamel"). If

\r?\n> you use the newer high-end Testors' paints (the only

\r?\n> way to get a range

\r?\n> of colors), be sure to use the newer Testors' clear

\r?\n> coat as there's

\r?\n> 'sposed to be some black magic in the pairing. I

\r?\n> don't know of issues

\r?\n> with better outdoor acrylics; but I like the sound

\r?\n> of enamel better.


\r?\n> Be really sure to have wiped all excess goo from the

\r?\n> water slides before

\r?\n> top coating, as differential shrinking rates in the

\r?\n> materials - and that

\r?\n> goes for mix-matching clears over paints - is what

\r?\n> will cause the decals

\r?\n> and paints (if not perfectly cured for several days

\r?\n> before

\r?\n> clear-coating) to crinkle and wrinkle.


\r?\n> Good luck!


\r?\n> JB Froke

\r?\n> Pebble Beach, CA