Yes indeed Art, and the previous
mentioned Pettit and West Marine's own
SeaGloss are two of them.?? Also,?? Bob,
using these paints, and the rolling and
tipping process mentioned, my finish IS
equal to spray jobs done by my local
aircraft painting people at the
Canandaigua Airport.?? They have admired
the job I did on my plane using West
Marine's SeaGloss and rolling it on.
If I am not mistaken, there
are paints, including 2K urethane that
are formulated for this process which
tend to flow out more appropriately.
Temperature of application is critical
in that hot temps tend to "dry" the
paint quicker and give you less time
to adequately tip.