What is the most popular paint?
How long will the paint last?
Why do you use Krylon Fusion?
What is the effect of paint in the paint job?
How to apply Krylon Fusion?
How to mix Krylon Fuses
Will Koylon Fuses work for other types of painting?
Where can I get more information about Krylon Fuses?
How to install Krylon Fusion?
How to change the paint job?
How to re-apply Krylon Fusion?
How to remove Krylon Fusion
How to use a Krylon Fuse?
1. How to Apply Krylon Fusion
You can apply Krylon Fusion when you do everything else.
Here are the steps I use when I start.
I use a 2 lb. bag of Fusion and spray it in the middle of my paint job.
I then pour out the Krylon Fusion. I keep my paint off the face of the paint with my rag.
Then I use the new brush and swirl the brush in the paint all the way around the surface. I do this in the middle of a paint job.
When you have covered the entire surface with Krylon Fusion I spray some more Krylon fusion in the areas I covered in one spray. This way I am not wiping the paint off in two passes. I only will let the paints cool off a bit and then let them dry completely.
Here is what I do on the surface I have coated with Krylon Fusion.
2. How to Mix Krylon Fuses:
I keep in mind that I use Krylon Fusion to coat the interior exterior of the vehicle.
The Krylon Fusion will make the paint easier to work with during the interior application.
When you do a complete interior paint job you are doing it on the whole exterior of the vehicle.
The most common application method with Koylon Fuses is to spray them in the middle of a paint job.
If you want to use them in a lower gloss paint job to bring out the paint in the interior, then first coat the interior exterior paint with a lower gloss Krylon Fusion.
The lower gloss Krylon Fusion will allow you to coat the interior exterior painting with a smoother paint. After that you can then add the interior lower gloss Krylon Fusion.
Use the lower gloss Krylon Fusion around