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Old 12-30-2014, 06:36 PM   #1
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Bounder new paint

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I have a 93 Bounder and I want to change the body color from beige to bright white .
The finish in older MH is not smooth like the modern MH .
Can I apply white gel coat to get a smooth surface ?

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The best solution is going to be paint!

Gel coat is not something that can just be coated over the original material!
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The best solution is going to be paint!

Gel coat is not something that can just be coated over the original material!
should I buy fiberglass paint ? or any single stage paint?
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Pay a visit to a local body shop and ask them for a recommendation. There are some very good paints available these days!
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