Topic: Re: rustoleum paint professional or regular
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We painted a 2N with regular Rustoleum, within 2 years it was as flat as primer, didn't use hardner, but I'd have to day I'd use the professional if I were to use Rustoleum again.
I bought a gallon of the TSC Magic in JD Green a while back, the intent was just to get everything green in the areas that are hard to get to, then use better paint to finish, I was so impressed with the usability and finish, I decided "what the heck" did the whole tractor, used hardner and shot it with my cheap HVLP gun...really looks great! Now we'll see if it lasts or fades! Used JD yellow on the wheels though.
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