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Old 08-26-2018, 08:14 AM   #21
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Awlgrip is a beautiful thing.
Small areas can be a challenge in how to apply.
Roll and tip is very good if project size permits. Use a hard foam roller to apply and a quality brush to tip.
When you tip remember you are breaking air bubbles, you are not moving paint. Light touch..
Brushing for smaller areas. Mixed correctly Awlgrip is thin like water so multiple Thin Coats.
Spray is good with Air Brush. If you don't have an air brush there is a product called Pre Val.
This is a glass jar with a spray cannister. These allows you to spray Awlgrip on small projects.
If spraying Awlgrip you should be using spray catalist and spray reducer.
If you already have brushing catalist you can use it for small projects and I've had good luck using SMALL amounts of acetone as a spray reduce.
Practice before tackling the project.
If it looks like you have thin spots or runs don't panic go have a cup of coffee.
Awlgrip will flow out for some time and can do magical things if you let it.

Good luck
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