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Old 07-27-2006, 03:42 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally posted by markkleb
As to textured look Homedeopt sells several styles of textured paints, "Hammered " is one of them.
I don't like the textured look. I guess I might buy krylon, my case should be here anyminute now, and I am still deciding on either krylon or enamel. what do you all think?

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i say enamel, i used some and in person it dosnt look textuired at all it looks perfectly flat. or you could buy some uv paint at home depot

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well If you gonna sand it you should primer it also. the one coat will take some scrathces out from sanding and make it a lot smoother. also use a really fine grit.


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