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do exactly what you described just as you described. put four or five coats on. then: 1) sand the new paint very carefully with 800 gr sandpaper. use wet/dry paper and use water to lubricate. use a block of wood as a backer to make sure you dont get too much pressure in one area or another and sand through the paint. sand down until smooth and flush ...


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All most any compressor should be able to handle an automotive sprayer, especially if it's only a few small metal parts. I doubt it'd even kick on half the time. If it does you just have to wait until it stops running (probably not even then). The (very) important part is the regulator, set to 25psi max, above which the compressor's tank should have no ...


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Look at the gun's specifications. It will tell you how many cubic feet per minute, at what pressure, it runs at. Then look at the compressor's specs. They will give several volume-ar-pressure numbers - the ones I've seen typically quote sustained volume at 90PSI for high-pressure tools and 40PSI for high-volume tools. The compressor has to have sustained ...


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I've worked around power lines for years as well as other people in this thread. I always plan my work around the power company disconnecting. They are mostly accommodating with scheduling and I have never been charged. If they did charge, I would completely be ok with it. Better safe than sorry. I'm not in a hurry when I'm trying to do a job safe and right ...



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