Customs: hand brushing krylon fusion

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  1. Jaekwong

    Jaekwong Well-Known Member

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    Is it possible to hand brush kyrlon fusion on small parts that i missed with the spray can?

    is there any techniques?
    should i use a thinner?
    shoudl i use an old brush to do this?

    ANy information would be great!
     
  2. REDLINE

    REDLINE longer days, plz? Veteran

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    yep. I do it all the time. just spray some onto a piece of newspaper, then dip your brush on the paint spot. that's it. Also good to repair and paint wear too.
     
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    Jaekwong Well-Known Member

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    woo interesting.. no need to thin eh?
     
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    No need to thin, in fact, it covers a lot better if you wait a few minutes for the thinners to evaporate.

    I usually spray into the spray can's top.
     
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    Jaekwong Well-Known Member

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    i assume the brush will clean with paint thinner?
     
  6. SmokescreenSWE

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    I tried to do this with some spray paint and it just wouldn't stick. Maybe I should have let it sit for a while...
     
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    yep. sprays are thinner based
     

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