It's called "wrinkle" finish paint and comes as a special
formulation. I haven't seen it much lately as it's not very popular
anymore, but I would think Eastwood or some specialty paint supplier
would have it.
At 6:36 PM -0400 6/2/04, Timothy H. Collins wrote:
>At 08:26 AM 6/2/2004, Jay Fishbein wrote:
>>I believe there should be a black crackle finish on the motor case,
>Ok, what is the proper way to apply the crackle finish? If you prime
>a part first will the top coat paint "crackle" up properly? (What is
>the proper name? hammer something or another?). If a primer coat
>does interfere with the crackle action, then should a phosphate
>scrub be used on the bare metal before painting? I have painted
>directly on bare metal with a heavy coat and it crackled up just
>fine. Now I wonder about the longevity of the paint job since I did
>not prime first.
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