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Do I need to prep my painted surface before I apply rust-oleum triple thick glaze

I have painted my golf cart with rust-oleum gloss almond enamel. Do I need to skuff the surface with wet sanding before I apply the triple thick glaze?

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Posted 2013-07-25T01:23:27+0000  by Doug1947 Doug1947
 

Hello Doug1947!

 

Triple Thick Glaze is an outstanding oil-based product that creates a glass-like protective coating on art and craft projects.

 

No primer is required, but like most coatings preparation includes removing any grease, dirt or debris from the surface.

 

Denatured alcohol evaporates completely at room temperature, so wipe the surface gently with a lightly damp terry towel splashed with alcohol. This will remove anything that might prevent the new coating from adhering.

 

NOTE:

Denatured alcohol will also remove craft paints if wiped too aggressively or applied long enough to re-wet your artwork.

 

So use light pressure, make a quick pass across the surface, and then allow the surface to dry before applying the glaze.

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Posted 2013-07-25T13:52:27+0000  by Pat_HD_ATL

Thanks for the Approved Solution Doug1947!

 

When you complete the project, come back and share project details and photos.

Posted 2013-07-25T16:56:06+0000  by Pat_HD_ATL

Thanks Pat I will try your suggestion

Posted 2013-07-25T16:57:34+0000  by Doug1947
 
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