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Thread: Aircraft refinishing, 101

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    Default Re: Aircraft refinishing, 101

    The key to refinishing with Stewart's will be the prep. Clean very well to remove all contaminates, oil, wax, etc, and then scuff well with Scotchbrite. If applied with fog coat/wet coat, it will be glossy.
    Last edited by RobertC; 04-04-2015 at 03:26 PM.

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    Default Re: Aircraft refinishing, 101

    This is the airplane I was talking about. I saw it at Oshkosh, very nice job!

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    Default Re: Aircraft refinishing, 101

    Regarding the two different HVLP guns available on the Stewarts website, what is the difference between cost? The finish line 4 and tecna polite i think are made by the same company, but the prolite comes with the digital pressure gauge?

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