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Unread 04-14-2013, 11:17 PM   #16
super_SINGH
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Just buy regular primer (once again it really doesn't matter, but that's what I did) sand it with anything above 300 grit ( I used 300,500,1000. BUT once again, its not a big deal what you use) then scrub it with ANY kind of degreaser/alcohol to get your dirty finger oils. Off it, then prime,paint, and clearcoat.


LET ME JUST SAY YOU DON'T HAVE TO FOLLOW EXACT INSTRUCTIONS, JUST DO IT, AND I HAVE ****ED UP PAINTING MANY THINGS, IF YOU DO AS WELL, JUST SAND IT AGAIN AND START OVER

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