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I use this style of painting to cover my PWM box mod enclosures. I make advanced personal vapers for those looking to quit smoking cigarettes. The PCB is my own creation and most parts come from my good friend FatDaddyVapes. Vaping has helped millions to reduce the harm caused by traditional cigarettes. I actually copied the guys who do this to their stomp boxes. It's not easy getting the colors to blend well and putting a top coat is even trickier. What ways has everyone tried with sucess on the top coats to prevent cracking and the alligator type finish?
Simple but watch out for the bubbles of paint blobs
I apply my paint to metal the hammond boxes. I usually use rustoleum crystal clear enamel spray after dipping with rustoleum. I find using this top coat to be the most problematic for me. How do you thin the spray paint? I get a lot of blobs of dots of colors. They don't seem to spread out evenly as well.
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