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17-03-2005, 08:36 PM
What brand of Gloss did you use?
was it dulux or a proprietary brand?
I assume it has to be solvent based and for outside use?
17-03-2005, 08:46 PM
Hang on, I'll check the tin..........
Primer : Dulux For Metal (grey solvent based)
Undercoat : Crown Pure Brilliant White (solvent based for wood and metal, interior and exterior)
Top Coat : I have used *cough* Satinwood For Wood and Metal.
Try and get some trade Gloss if you want a shine, otherwise for a more Matt finish try satinwood.
if you want some varnish rollers to apply it which I have been told are better than brushing it on, I can give you some new ones Tuesday?
If it doesn't go on too thick you will get a good result but if it does run, wait for it to harden and then do another coat.
I've left mine with the first coat for now.
17-03-2005, 08:53 PM
i was going to go with Scooter Red Gloss from the dulux range, I guess it doens't matter as long as the primer/undercoat is white....
Cheers, i'll take you up on the rollers
17-03-2005, 08:56 PM
Aslong as it's solvent based and for exterior use you will be fine.
I'll bring the rollers tuesday then.
I'm going to redo mine soon and T-Cut it when it's gone hard.
17-03-2005, 08:57 PM
cool, can't wait to do mine now...
17-03-2005, 08:59 PM
I think it should be LAW that anyone in the Dulux bunch should paint their vehicle a different colour for summer every year!!
I need to dig out the dulux colour chart again.
17-03-2005, 10:36 PM
i read the dulux colour chart the otherday and they dont actually say that satinwood is suitable for exterior use - only interior !
the same for egshell which is another semigloss
only gloss is stated as suitable for exterior use !
just thought id share that with you
im going with weather sheild semigloss on mine ! :D
:oops: at least i think its recomended for exteriors! perhaps i should giv them a ring?
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