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Top Coat Question #13437175 02/12/20 06:42 PM
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I got an airbrush and I'm getting into painting blanks. I finished a few them off with 2 Ton Epoxy and they look great. Is this the norm or is dipping them a better way to go? Are there other finishing products out there that I don't know about? Thanks!!


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Re: Top Coat Question [Re: Topwater2] #13440064 02/15/20 12:00 AM
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I use the epoxy mixed with some denature alcohol to thin the epoxy. It’s paintable and being thin, a little goes a long way. Too thin and we be epoxy will pool though.

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Re: Top Coat Question [Re: Topwater2] #13440380 02/15/20 08:33 AM
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I use KBB Diamond Clear. Tough as nails and they make a Aerosol can for ease of use for small batches. You can find it on Amazon like everything is nowadays.

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I was wondering about KBB and how the aerosol works out. Right now I'm using 2 Ton Epoxy, kind of a pain but I have some I want to dip in the near future.


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