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Old 06-27-2011, 10:09 PM   #1
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clear coat q

hey all... got a question regarding professional grade clear coat. the dealership i work at was throwing away a ton of autobody paint and clear coats so i grabbed (with as much as i could to use for my civic. just so happens i pick up a CF hood that needs to be recleared. i found some stage one clearcoat. would i be able to use this stuff for my hood?

what tools would i need and what steps should i take to do this properly. i know there are topics explaining how to clear coat but they use the spray can stuff. i have my clear coat in a tub. too bad i couldnt just pour and watch it

any experienced painters or bodyppl's help would be great!

on a side note does anyone know if a can of already mixed/tinted auto paint be retinted into something darker (e.i. white auto paint tinted to black)?

thanks in andvanced....
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Old 06-29-2011, 11:28 AM   #2 Licensed Vendor
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We can fix most oxidized hoods without sanding and clear coat. PM me if you are interested in this service.

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Old 07-01-2011, 03:15 PM   #3
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^ thanks for the offer but i already sanded my hood.ended up getting an awesome deal at o'rielly's... $10 for 4 cans of duplicolor clear coat!

i have a buddy whose hood is oxidized. how much does it cost for you to fix?
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