Spraying A Safe With 2k Single Stage Using an LVLP Spray Paint Gun

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In this project, I used a ratio of 8 ounces of acrylic enamel, 2 ounces reducer, and 1 ounce of hardener. The safe I painted turned out extremely fabulous even with the texture. There is no primer used to achieve that gloss, the only secret is proper sanding to feather out some scratches and you can just shot the paint over it. And using my ATOM X27 LVLP spray gun with Gunbudd Ultra Lighting System from zoolaa.com really pulled it off.

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