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Unkl Ian 12-04-2012 08:28 PM

Re: Pinstriping one shot question??
 

IIRC, it needed to be catalyzed, if you were not clearing over it.
The opposite of 1-Shot.

I've only used it enough to say Yes.
Price and availability were part of that decision.

calicruiser 12-04-2012 09:24 PM

Re: Pinstriping one shot question??
 

yeah the hok is a urethane striping paint so compatolible with urethane clear. it "feels" different to work with tho. and i agree, no clear over the stripes for that old school look ... not that you can really tell unless you feel it.

leftypoorboy 12-05-2012 12:03 AM

Re: Pinstriping one shot question??
 

The HOK dries super fast too, but it does flow nice when it is the right consistency. I use it everytime I clear over pinstripes... never been a problem, and 1shot is hit and miss.

FlameThrower 12-05-2012 11:53 AM

Re: Pinstriping one shot question??
 

Quote:

Originally Posted by leftypoorboy (Post 869676)
The HOK dries super fast too, but it does flow nice when it is the right consistency. I use it everytime I clear over pinstripes... never been a problem, and 1shot is hit and miss.

Same opinion here... HOK striping enamels dry VERY fast. They need just a touch of reduction, although for certain more translucent colors I will use them right out of the can for better coverage. They take to being clearcoated very well because they are designed to be clearcoated over top.

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