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Post by oceanic on Tue 15 Jan 2013 - 16:14

got this liquid mask for masking clear car shell/body
how it works:
draw lines/patterns on the outside film of the shell
apply 2-3 coat of liquid mask after drying in between (inside shell)
cut along lines on the inside and peel for spraying (do for dark colors 1st)



1st coating


after 1st coat drying (its looks clear already)



till now only 1st coat done....

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Re: Liquid masking for shell/body

Post by boolean21 on Tue 15 Jan 2013 - 16:53

looks good bro...
looking forward to updates! Smile
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Re: Liquid masking for shell/body

Post by oceanic on Wed 16 Jan 2013 - 11:37

after 2nd coats (did a thick coat)
peeling for spraying



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Re: Liquid masking for shell/body

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Re: Liquid masking for shell/body

Post by boolean21 on Wed 16 Jan 2013 - 14:18

looks good...

did you brush the coating on or just pour on the inner side and tilt the body around to spread it?

what's your view on the mask? does it give a clean line between the colors?
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Re: Liquid masking for shell/body

Post by oceanic on Wed 16 Jan 2013 - 14:29

Thanks bro...
I use a paint brush to apply evenly on the inside shell.
Its lot easy than masking tape, only downside is your cutting have to be nice.
I have shaky hands, my cut lines is not straight.
It have to be cut deep enough to be peel but not too deep to hurt the shell.
It bounds to leave a cut line on the shell though.

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Re: Liquid masking for shell/body

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Re: Liquid masking for shell/body

Post by speedstream on Wed 16 Jan 2013 - 17:59

Bro oceanic,

Got to buy more body shell and paint more to solve the shaky hand problem. Twisted Evil
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Re: Liquid masking for shell/body

Post by oceanic on Wed 16 Jan 2013 - 18:04

speedstream wrote:Bro oceanic,

Got to buy more body shell and paint more to solve the shaky hand problem. Twisted Evil


bro trying out the liquid mask to see how it works ma.

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Re: Liquid masking for shell/body

Post by laneboysrc on Thu 17 Jan 2013 - 8:40

Thanks for the detailed explanation! The result looks very good and it would have been difficult to achieve the same with masking tape.

I've used liquid mask on my XR311 to mask off glue joints on the hard body during painting and it worked well for that too. The hardest part is to get an even coat.
The liquid mask I bought at Raceworks RC also has a shelf life stated on the can, so don't buy too much of this stuff.

To get a good cut it is essential to use a new blade on your knife, and change them often.
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