We suggest as usual the DTA Epoxy followed by the DTM Primer.
First I want to say customer service is 5 stars. I really wanted this to work out but unfortunately I was not impressed with my order. I’ve painted a few cars (not a expert) but this is the first time I’ve ever seen a clear coat look amazing right after I sprayed then turn dull 24 hours later. Still scratching my head, because I know 90 percent of the time it’s human error. Well had a little clear coat (different brand) from previous job. Sprayed one of the small panels that I removed from car with it and it turned out great, never dulled. Interesting, so I went back to Tamco’s paint (2100 clear)on another small panel and it did the same thing(looked great and then dulled.) I’ve color sanded and buffed and can’t get the shine I want from it. Other clears I’ve never had to color sand much at all, very light buff(use a iwata ws 400 for clear). So I’m a little disappointed that I’m going to have to clear the car again soon, used there jet black base coat and there epoxy primer and both those products where great.
Great product for use on things like a chassis or frames . The high build epoxy 771 gray epoxy easily filled the minor pits and dings on on my 1966 truck frame requiring me to do minimal filling and sanding for a nice smooth surface . It worked so well I am planning on using it on the bottom of the cab , the firewall , and the rear axle next .
High Build Epoxy Primer
Well, I did an entire shoot and from the test sanding we have done this may be my "go to" process for the complete primer/build process. Haven't noticed any shrinkage and it knocks down easy....
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