Brief Description: Painted more interior parts and re-did some parts
Painted/primed more interior parts and re-did some parts from the first painting of the topcoat.
I talked to Dan Stewart yesterday. He said to rough up the surface of the pre-painted parts with some 300 grit paper. I told him about my textured finishes and he said that the Harbor Freight painters need more pressure, 30-35 psi vs 20 psi, to get a better finish.
I roughted up the pre-painted parts I wanted to re-paint. The angles for the seats gave up their topcoats with enough scrubbing. These parts I re-primed with the other first time primed interior parts that I primed tonight. These new parts I washed with a deterent and Scotchbrite pad, followed by an acid etch with a scotchbrite pad using Stewart Systems EcoEtch.
The forward baggage floor and side that were previously Akzo paint primed were lightly sanded with 300 grit and washed prior to topcoating with Dawn Patrol EcoCoat one part topcoat from Stewart Systems