I used an HVLP gun. My wife was out of town when I painted but now that she
is back she can smell the solvents and is not very happy with me. I need a
new plan if I do this in the future; it got ugly for a while.
On 5/13/08, Linda Grunthaner <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hey nice job Gilroy. Did you paint it without a curtain around it I don't
> see any paint on your tools and stuff?
> On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 9:48 PM, Bill Gilroy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Try this link it swears it is viewable by anyone.
>> We shall see.
>> On 5/12/08, William M. Gilroy <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > I finally painted my MG. This is the first car that I have ever painted
>> > and it looks like it came out pretty good. I learned everything I know
>> > about body work during the OShit's back east. I studied under the
>> > Italian master. I could not find any Taco Bell wrappers so I had to use
>> > a local wrappers from Taco Time. I hope the last as long as the Taco
>> > Bell wrappers. Throw in a a few zip screws and some bondo and it looks
>> > almost like a professional job. I have just finished the tub and here
>> > is short list of things I learned:
>> > 1. Things that are higher than the surrounding metal are hard to fix.
>> > 2. Final color creates a lot more mist. Don't leave your nice new cell
>> > phone out.
>> > 3. Not sure I really know how to shoot color.
>> > 4. I learned that I have a lot more to learn.
>> > 5. Dust control. I don't have a clue.
>> > 6. When welding I now know how much heat will warp a panel.
>> > 7. Plug welding holes is hard than it looks.
>> > Gilroy
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