Originally Posted by AlleyCat67
This is the ratio that was given a few posts back:
So, by my math, that would be 12 oz of acetone and 8 oz of hardener (the whole can, if you use what was pictured) per gallon of paint.
perfect exactly what I needed!.
im not planniong to do a whole bus (I wish I could but my storage spots and my HOA both are sticklers on exterior vehicle painting.. ),, so nowhere to park and spend the time needed to strip the lettering, reflective taoe, etc.. ill have ti pay the piper and have it painted..
however im looking to find something decently durable for the wheels.. ive tried a couple spray products on the wheels of the DEV.. cleaned, roughed up, primed, etc and still the first massive rain i drive theb us through paint flies off the wheels..
so I'll be brushing this on as I can reach everything at least on the outer wheels with a brush.. if I ever have the inners off I'll paint them then.
how much working time do you have after you mix the parts? is it a use the whole can in one shot? or can you seal the can off and use it for a second coat the next day?