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    GAStronomist wazkelly's Avatar
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    Never done a solid spray job.
    Sonic Mountain has and in a similar colour too.
    Best to wait for his advice as i recall others having issues with Rustoleum.

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    The general consensus is steer clear of Rustoleum. I few people have had successes with it, but it can have issues with curing properly. And it can react with the rubber on guitar stands. I can稚 remember what rattle cans get better results though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fretworn View Post
    I can稚 remember what rattle cans get better results though.
    I've used Belton Molotow with good results.
    Auto touch up cans from AutoBarn did my JM-1 quite well.
    SuperCheap Auto (SCA) clear gloss is probably the best I've used thus far.
    I can only guess that the colour cans work just as well.

    I would steer clear of Rustoleum as Fretworn says.

    cheers, Mark.

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    I used SCA clear on both The Count and the Tuff Dog and they stick to the stand with the Tuff Dog being the worst offender

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    This is great feedback, thanks guys.


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    Overlord of Music Sonic Mountain's Avatar
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    Bit late to the party.. I致e had some success with Rustoleum but it can be problematic as others have mentioned. It takes a really long time to cure and can react with the foam on guitar stands. For a rattle can spray job you are probably best to use an automotive acrylic lacquer- super cheap has a huge range of dupli colour paints, which are compatible with thier primer/surfaces and clear coats (SCA brand). They are probably the best option for a solid colour finish.

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    Thanks Sonic


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    Wow Pit Bull are fast, my guitar was delivered or attempted delivery today. I only ordered it Friday morning.
    I will pick it up next week when I get back from Bali. Time for another cold Bintang then. I will now consider what my logo will be on my head stock.


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