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Masking Tutorial - Page 3
Written by Booman   
Wednesday, 13 June 2007 23:19
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Step 7: Painting Second Color

Spray your second color according to the instructions on the can.  I know I'm repeating myself but this is crucial since some paints coat and dry differently.  To get the best appearance use the paint as directed.  I also did a clear coat while it was masked so I wouldn't have to mask again later.

Painting :: By Booman Final coat :: By Booman

Step 8: Removing The Second Mask

As in step 4, score all the way across your intersecting line so that the latex mask will peel off in a fairly straight line.  There may still be some chipping of paint, but we will clean that up again.

Scoring the mask :: By Booman Final coat :: By Booman

Step 9: Peeling the Final Mask

Now start pulling straight up on the latex so that it begins to peel away from the intersecting area.  The latex should come up pretty easily and along your scored line.

Peeling the mask :: By Booman Peeling the mask :: By Booman
Peeling the mask :: By Booman

 



 
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