Tinting Black Self Etching Primer to Gray

Posted: January 21, 2007 By: DPDISXR4Ti

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    DPDISXR4Ti

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    I’m going to be using some Eastwood Self Etching Primer (lacquer base), but I want to tint it as close as possible to the final top-coat, which will be a medium dark gray. Is there a white version of this paint I can mix it with or some other means to “gray it down” a bit?

    Reason for wanting the close match is that there will be some spots that I ultimately make inaccessible for final top-coat, but which I want to slap something on now. Obviously they won’t be readily viewable locations – nothing that’s exposed to UV – I just want to get some paint on there that matches close.

    If you’re wondering why I’d have such a set of circumstances, you can see some shots of what I’m building here: 😀
    http://forum.merkurclub.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2639&start=165&sid=2e4c7a59a0ee96a6710208b3ee3dcd27

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