religion Posted January 23, 2006 Share Posted January 23, 2006 So... I want to have a serious thread here. Letâ€™s talk stains. With paint. The Ink recipe thread is all about permanent ink, but letâ€™s hear about paint (spray and bucket) and buff methods specifically. I'd love to hear some buff experiences with any brands of paint. So to start it off, hereâ€™s my experiences. _______________________________________________________________________ 1st off >> Obviously painting over shit with roller paint always works, so lets talk sand/solution blast or solvent for buff. _____________________________________________________________________ - Krylon >> Any flat colours leave nice ghosts on plastic and raw metal. Nice ghosts on cement if pressure washed. Otherwise... shits water. - Painters touch (Rusto) >> Nice coverage on porous surfaces. Brick, wood, rusty metal, unprimed concrete. Good, but not hot, on plastic and really smooth cement. Flat colours obviously top of the game. - Montana (German) >> Ok. Not so hot for buff marks. Great with a fat cap, but buff is on and off. I think Montana is as good as the buff in your town. Here, itâ€™s not so hot. Occasional stains on raw concrete. - Belton >> I'd love to hear some bombing feedback on this shit, as I've never used it. Letâ€™s hear your metal and plastic results. - Generic >> This includes anything under $4. I've actually had some pretty awesome results with the shit brands. I'd probably use this shit all the time if it was more compatible with common caps, unfortunately... I love fat caps, and they are rarely compatible up here. - Canada Pride (American Accents) >> Cheap brands by rusto. I donâ€™t really fuck with these too much, as I can afford better shit, so let us know. - Kilz >> I hear this shit is the bomb. But at $7 Canadian a can, I'm skeptical. Letâ€™s hear your reports. P.S. I'd love too hear some of the 12 oz. crews comment. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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