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  • Translucent (Lollipop Red) Problem

    This was my first time spraying a translucent over chrome.. Had some runs on several pieces. Seemed like maybe to much powder

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    Re: Translucent (Lollipop Red) Problem

    Originally posted by donafams
    This was my first time spraying a translucent over chrome.. Had some runs on several pieces. Seemed like maybe to much powder
    Yes, too much powder will cause you to get the runs.
    Did you spray the part hot or cold?

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      Re: Translucent (Lollipop Red) Problem

      I allways spray Lolly's Hot. Best way to ensure even coverage IMO
      Dan Pesonen
      Bandit Powder Coat <<From Powder to Perfection>>
      Forest Grove, BC Canada

      Personal motto:
      "If it ain't broke, modify somethin till it is"

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        Re: Translucent (Lollipop Red) Problem

        yup!!!! that'll happen. you have to get the hang of the candies to get good results.





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          Re: Translucent (Lollipop Red) Problem

          well i ran it up to 400, pulled it out then sprayed it, but i think i out on more than i should because i had to shake the gun alot to get it to flow...my bad

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          • #6
            Re: Translucent (Lollipop Red) Problem

            I've used green and blue, but did it cold. came out pretty good. Get the powder to look fuzzy, but not furry. It worked for me.
            Who says you can't teach an ole dog new tricks?

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