Re: Thinning Rustoleum paint to spray w/ gun
Well, not to bring this thread back from the dead, but i wanted to answer. So, no, this car is not a show car. It's a driver. Nearly two years later, the rustoleum 777 satin paint looks great, STILL! I know that there is higher quaility paint out there, but while trying to keep build expenses low, while building a car from the ground up, two years later, I am beyond comfortable with my choice in spraying this satin rustoleum paint. I would not use it on a build that would see sun light regularly, but for a driver, on a budget, if you have a hvlp gun and $2o, I would definitely recommend spraying with this satin Rustoleum. I am getting ready to shoot a '53 GMC in Satin olive drab Rustoleum while I wait until I wrap up the body work. This stuff works great for low budget builds that won't be parked outside permanently. I acknowledge the valor in painting vehicles in proper automotive paint, but sometimes we simply need to get by in the short term.