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Old 11-03-2013, 11:00 AM   #1
LaxFriedrich

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Default Black Tinted Finish on CFRP

There are some tiny errors on my CFRP part and I would like to partially hide them with a final black tinted clear coat of some description with an aerosol can. I have never spray painted anything before and would like some advice of how to do it..

The CFRP part has had a final layer of clear epoxy gel coat, flattened with 120-grit wet and dry and finally 800-grit (no intermediate grit available at the moment).

Could you talk me through this? Do I use just standard plastidip black and then laquer?http://www.dipyourcar.com/forums/sho...llight-Tinting

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