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Touch up paint


Julian H

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After cleaning my Seven yesterday I wanted to touch up some stone chips but the paint [Caterham Blue] was all thick and gloopy. Plenty of paint in the bottle so it seems a shame to waste it. I tried to warm it up in a pan of hot water which made little difference.

Is there anything I can do to revitalize it or do I need to buy some more?

Thanks

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Julian, Watch out, that gloopy paint may be two part requiring K2000 hardener. I couldn't work out why my Caterham bought BRG paint would not set - turned out I needed the hardener. I have some here in Lewes somewhere if you want a few mls. It thins the gloop as well as makes it set. All the best, P.

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