Special E.D., on Apr 16 2009, 12:30 PM, said:
Big Bone, on Apr 15 2009, 03:55 PM, said:
I think it looks good apart from the gray/tan airbrushed blotches. I would say either skip that color or integrate it in your pain job by using the same method of stenciling as the other colors.
Good call, this question is a bit of topic but is duracoat going to any of the plastic pieces on the gun as long as I prepare them right?
I think you're asking is duracoat going to stick to plastic parts.
I lightly sand down plastic parts, the rougher the surface, void of deep sanding marks, gouges etc the better the paint will stick.
I use a product called Rhino Adhesive promoter spray on plastic parts typically though. It's not really needed with duracoat, but
I have spray a thin coat of that stuff on first, then duracoat with high success in the past.
Duracoat is a great product!