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    Default Spray application?

    Hi all...I'm new to this forum and new to the 'hardcore' stealth thing. I searched all over the forum, but was unable to find an answer to a semi-odd question: Can Veil be applied using an automotive paint gun? I drive an e30 (BMW) 325...the ENTIRE front of the car is pretty much flat...and when I apply Veil, I will be covering the black grill, headlights, front valance, and the black (but shiny) plastic trim on the bumper. This is a lot of area to cover, and I want to achieve the most uniform finish possible. I appologize for the long post, and the very noob-ish question, but any help would be greatly apreciated. Thanks in advance.

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    I tried to use an airbrush but the product is too volatile. By the time it was out of the nozzle it just disappeared.

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    Thanks for the info...thats a real bummer. guess i should start practicing with the ol' paint brush....

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    A 2" foam brush seems to deliver the most consistent coating. The bristle brush is OK but leaves more streaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBcooperM12
    Thanks for the info...thats a real bummer. guess i should start practicing with the ol' paint brush....
    You could try a roller

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    Don't put VEIL on your cars paint! Bob said it could damage it!

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    Just get a bra for the front of the car, then you can veil the lights, and even the plate if you want to.

 

 

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