I am not a big fan of Slick Sand. I think it shrinks too much. If you do use it let it sit out in the sun for 2 months too completely shrink.SlickSand - Nuff said. :thumbsup: The guy that does my painting swears by that stuff, Hi-build primer does not hold a candle to this stuff.
Slicksand doesn't shrink.?.? Maybe Eric will shed some light on this as I am repeating what I have read and heard. I have used it and it is some awesome stuff when it comes to getting a panel straight.I am not a big fan of Slick Sand. I think it shrinks too much. If you do use it let it sit out in the sun for 2 months too completely shrink.
2 reasons, I don't have a booth, only a partition that I use only for spraying which has a 750 cfm exhaust fan that eliminates the fog but doesn't "wash" the car with laminar flow. By having the option of sanding the sealer, I can do all bodywork including the sealer in a not so sterile setting.Why do people insist on sanding sealer prior to paint? Sealer lays down like glass. Aside from a nib or two there is no need. I never sanded it in 25 years in collision, resto or custom paint. And if you can know how to lay and sand filler a bazillion coats of primer or ultra high build is not necessary. Too many times it's used as a crutch. If you don't have a lot of experience then I can see it.