Custom Paint FAQ


The most commonly asked questions. If you have any question that’s not answered here. Feel free to contact us.

This depends on the temperature of the area you’re spraying in. Always use the slowest reducer/activator you can for the temperature you’re in. This will result in a much smoother finish. More information is at

This will depend on how efficient your gun is with paint as well as the effect you’re going for. We have a chart that gives you rough estimates for how much material you need.

This is entirely up to you. We will always recommend the high solids show clear, but all of our clears have ultimate UV resistance.

No! Because of the science behind fluorescent (aka neon) pigments, they are absorbing UV light in order to be that bright. Absorbing UV light = fade. This will happen within a year.

This will depend upon the clear you’re using. Most high solids clears, you’ll want a 1.4. Medium solids you can use a 1.2 or 1.3. With any of our clears you can use a 1.2, 1.3 or 1.4 without any issues.

Yes you can. You just have to be more careful as you can run clear coat easier than you can run intercoat clear.

You can, but it is not advised. If you’re not using a .002″ or .004″ metal flake then you’re going to create an issue where the base coat is very textured (orange peel). Since base coat is opaque (unable to see through), you’re going to end up with metal flake that is hidden by the base coat. For maximum impact, it is best to spray metal flake over your base coat, before your clear.

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high solids clear coat

High Solids

wetness 4136 medium solids clear label

Medium Solids

wetness 3140 speed clear

Speed Clear

ultimate euro 2141 euro clear coat label

Euro Clear

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