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Silver Rusto??

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by Lon3, Jul 21, 2006.

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  1. Lon3

    Lon3 Member

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    Alright so i've have these two can of like really old silver rusto that have been sittin for a while and decided to go bomb wit them one day. So i finished my throw with the silver rusto and im about to put the black outline on it. When i started painting the silver sort of bubble up through the black kinda like acid. It took like 3 layers before it finally stopped showing through.
    Im not really sure if it was just becuz this stuff was old or wht but it was incredibly hard not to mention a pain to paint over it.
    Does anyone knoe if other silver or metallic paints are like this, and i've only used rusto to bomb, cuz it the easiest to rack around my area.
    If anyone has any info let me kno
     
  2. Kayone707

    Kayone707 Moderator

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    Silver is a hard color to cover. it eats away at blacks an shit. you just gotta go over it, or get some thicker outliner paint
     
  3. GeSuS_KRiST

    GeSuS_KRiST Moderator

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    montana makes a special kind of paint made just for crome called nitro... you have to let the crome dry before u can put any other color on it unless its nitro which only comes in black
     
  4. sibil juggalo

    sibil juggalo Senior Member

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    and buying the cheapy brands like color place silver dont do that as much
     
  5. jape-the-nape

    jape-the-nape Elite Member

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    its the blacks fault not the silver,the silver cans you had were fine,try get a 'flat black' or one of those white knight cans,u know the black paint thats made from tar.
     
  6. Code_sucht

    Code_sucht Banned

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    This happens to me with any light base color, just let it dry before you do anything.
    Should work fine.

    Now if you are OTR, then you`re shit out of luck.
     
  7. flclnaruto1213

    flclnaruto1213 Elite Member

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    that last post actually made me laugh harder than i ever have before.
     
  8. POSTMANSLUT5000

    POSTMANSLUT5000 Senior Member

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    ^word. cuz i mean, if your OTR man, your outa luck. thats if your OTR.
     
  9. E-Terror

    E-Terror Elite Member

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    use hunter green instead of black




    thats my steeze
     
  10. YANKNY-718

    YANKNY-718 Elite Member

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    cheap silver from WALT MART, and black rusto "painters touch" homie
     
  11. BRAINE

    BRAINE Elite Member

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    flat black painters touch is pretty bomb.

    they make that tar paint in white and supposedly silver now too?
    rusto and rusto painters touch flat blacks are the only way to go if you want easy to find paint to cover metallics. if you used gloss black or semigloss itll definitely look shitty. and letting the chrome dry off a bit is gonna help a great deal too, as was already said.
     
  12. **MATEO**

    **MATEO** Elite Member

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    Wait for it to dry.
     
  13. -GEKS-

    -GEKS- Elite Member

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    dude i love colorplace spraypaint!! its only 99cents! course, they only hav like 6 colors but still. they rock!!
     
  14. otrfatcap

    otrfatcap Senior Member

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    why am i shit out of luck???? and just use flat black when going over silver....never had problems with the flat, only with the gloss.
     
  15. disposable_hero

    disposable_hero Elite Member

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    well i got a bunch of black montana really cheap soem people think this is a waste but it actually works so well u fill ur bomb with whatever cheap shits laying around...
    then outline with block montana. it makes your peace pop so much and look soo clean.
     
  16. mluckxxx

    mluckxxx Senior Member

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    if i'm using any kind of montana its definately for a fill. steal some rusto black from walmart or something. dont waste your money on a montana black just for outlines.
     
  17. Kayone707

    Kayone707 Moderator

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    it should be the other way around... use cheap cans for fills and a better can for outlines...
     
  18. fukbuff124

    fukbuff124 Senior Member

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    or if ur gunna be a supper cheap ass then u might as well use all cheap paint and save ur good paint for doin peices not throwies
     
  19. mluckxxx

    mluckxxx Senior Member

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    yup
     
  20. Paint Magic

    Paint Magic Elite Member

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    any silver paint i ever used just suked ass so i dont get it