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    Default Matte paint, clear coat needed?

    Ok, so as u guys know, i made a new panel for my spedo & its painted matte. paint r finish khubi awesome but, i was wondering if a clear coat would help harden the paint?
    Oh & should I wax it? I'm gonna re-paint it today as I gotta make some holes & re "jhalai" it.
    Tagging @avas911 , @Dee , @error to see if they know anything.

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    Spray on some clear if you can, waxing would be useless on a matt base without any clear.

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    Update : Clear coat anlsilam but oitai just glossy finish ashe, so going to kawran bazar now to get more cans of matt black.

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    if u want matt finish then use primer first after couple of hours use flat black spray paint cans found in Auto stores....

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    accha kotha theke ekta casing er bhitorer silver part ta black colour korano jabe nd koto rakbe?kew janle ans.diben plz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asif 11 View Post
    accha kotha theke ekta casing er bhitorer silver part ta black colour korano jabe nd koto rakbe?kew janle ans.diben plz
    Auto painting shop can do it but those painting are expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asif 11 View Post
    accha kotha theke ekta casing er bhitorer silver part ta black colour korano jabe nd koto rakbe?kew janle ans.diben plz
    Automotive or Wardrobe painting shops.
    I'd advice not to use local spray paint as they'll scratch off easily leaving you in a worse shape than you started off. But if you are painting it glossy black, that's a whole different story. Glossy seemed to be "Stronger".

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    @Rakin7 , can you suggest me some shops where i can get different kind of primer and clearcoats? or is it better to paint it at auto painting shops?

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    @Rakin7 , can you suggest me some shops where i can get different kind of primer and clearcoats? or is it better to paint it at auto painting shops?
    Gawsia is one. There are a couple of huge paint shops opposite to fruit vendors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anniemannymoe View Post
    Gawsia is one. There are a couple of huge paint shops opposite to fruit vendors.
    do they sell aerosol paints, primers etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    do they sell aerosol paints, primers etc?
    Yeah, they got aerosol paints. Last time I was there, cans were at BDT 145/-.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anniemannymoe View Post
    Yeah, they got aerosol paints. Last time I was there, cans were at BDT 145/-.
    thanks a lot. do you have any idea if they sell aerosol primers?

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    check auto paints shop.....you'll get primer there......i asked abt primer at a auto paint shop @ katabon last week......they asked 1250/= (1 litre) and its in a spray container....however, since such quantity is not required for even a double coat on the whole casing, it's better to take your components/parts to a auto garage and ask them to apply primer....that would be more economical.....

    ot: does any one know the cost of a rivet tool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    thanks a lot. do you have any idea if they sell aerosol primers?
    Are you familiar with the one-time-cooking-at-home concept? It's like this: http://puu.sh/2I4Rc.png (or the law of increased dimensions, as sane people call it.)
    I think primer is one of those expensive spices. It's more cost efficient to have someone else base coat it for you. Of course, unless you use it quite frequently.

    That being said, they have aerosol primer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anniemannymoe View Post
    Are you familiar with the one-time-cooking-at-home concept? It's like this: http://puu.sh/2I4Rc.png (or the law of increased dimensions, as sane people call it.)
    I think primer is one of those expensive spices. It's more cost efficient to have someone else base coat it for you. Of course, unless you use it quite frequently.

    That being said, they have aerosol primer.
    but i heard, primers are essential if you want to have a nice glossy finish.

    and again thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neorage View Post
    check auto paints shop.....you'll get primer there......i asked abt primer at a auto paint shop @ katabon last week......they asked 1250/= (1 litre) and its in a spray container....however, since such quantity is not required for even a double coat on the whole casing, it's better to take your components/parts to a auto garage and ask them to apply primer....that would be more economical.....

    ot: does any one know the cost of a rivet tool?
    rivet guns are not expensive. the chinese ones are within 1500 - 2500

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    but i heard, primers are essential if you want to have a nice glossy finish.

    and again thanks for the info.

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    rivet guns are not expensive. the chinese ones are within 1500 - 2500
    Quote Originally Posted by neorage View Post
    does any one know the cost of a rivet tool?

    I got mine for 200BDT and it works just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    @Rakin7 , can you suggest me some shops where i can get different kind of primer and clearcoats? or is it better to paint it at auto painting shops?
    Get it painted from a shop, I've tried most of the brands available here and it doesn't even take effort to scratch the paint off. Best if you can get it powdercoated or atleast apply a bonding compound before painting (primer). Though the primer from "Bio-Bang" is pretty much useless, the paint comes off too easily.

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