Huh? I didn't think I sent attachment. All I did was reply...as far
as I know anyway.
[this is from Michael <email@example.com>
Michael, you need to take care not to send things as attachments. Attachments
are stripped by the software at team.net.
Interesting you should mention that. I got curious a few years ago and wondered
how Krylon would look. Had a spare TR3 door and a can of Krylon that had to be
10 years old. Decided to try an experiment. I roughed up the existing paint on
the door, wiped off the dust with a paper towel or something, and sprayed it B
RG (more or less). sanded again and resprayed. Then, I wet sanded with some fin
e paper...1000, then 2000 grit maybe? Can't remember. Finally, I used some poli
sh of some sort on it. Was rather amazed at how it turned out. Certainly not pe
rfect, but much better than I expected. Maybe it really is like Fred keeps tryi
ng to convince me...there's nothing about a bad paint job that a little sandpap
er won't fix! :)
Heck, I painted a Lotus BODY with Krylon. Did a lousy job, too. Drove it any
I bet Rob has it looking much better already.
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