sweet.......i'm painting under heat lamps and heaters so it's marmer than 70 degrees......skr00zloose said:never had anything come off. you do sometimes get a slight dust the first time you clean it, i think it depends on the weather when it's being painted. sometimes i'd get it, sometimes not. in any case, never had any effect on the finish.
I've only found the hi-temp..either 500 degree or 1500 degree....however......if you are confident with steel wool.....you can use the PJ! Fast Black Epoxy and then brush over it with the super fine steelwool........Candyman said:Back to PJ-1, I was looking for it this weekend and the only flat black I could find was hi-temp. The bike shop said they couldn't find just plain flat black in their catalog to order either... Anybody found just plain flat black PJ1?
skr00zloose said:it does work MUCH better when it's warm. i painted the frame for my old xs cafe bike in december, and it took 3 days to fully cure. (and i only used 1 can!)