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    Posted: 29 July 2005 at 6:51pm

hey i desided to paint my marker im not quite shure what to do first so any tips would greatly appreciated

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I'd suggest using a paintremover rather than sanding. Then you just prime and paint.

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This really goes more in Upgrades and Customizing..., but a paint remover then prime and paint.  Sanding can have some rough effects on your gun.
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allready then thanks alot guys

 

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painmt remove wont really do anything on a powder coat. Use a bench grinder.
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Why cant you just paint over it?
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It would look terrible.
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Originally posted by stick&movex01 stick&movex01 wrote:

Why cant you just paint over it?

Because the top coat wont stick to the first layer of paint.

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