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Few Questions About Liquid Masking

Discussion in 'Mods, Paint & Body Work' started by JustJed, Jun 9, 2013.

  1. JustJed

    JustJed New Member

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    Hey guys, i'll be painting a new body soon and I'll be using Parma liquid mask for the first time on it. I have a few questions about liquid mask regarding coats, drying time, etc. First of all, how many coats is recommended to use on a body? I did some research, and most people liked 3-4 thick coats. Also, how long should the drying time between coats be? Can i use a hair dryer to speed up the process or is it better to just let it air dry? Thanks. Any tips would be appreciated also.
     
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    cavy4dayz Studio Forums Elite
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    Il ask some of my buddies on here and see what I can come up with
     
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    from what I heard 3-4 coats is good and about 10-15 depending on how hot it is where your at.I was told you can use a hair dryier on a warm setting but not too hot because you dont want it to get too hot and bubble. Hope this helps
     
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    So, 10-15 minutes air drying time right? Basically until the mask is transparent? Thanks!
     
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    yess from my understanding
     
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    Alright cool, thanks!
     

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