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I am going to paint my instrument panelsgrey. I have primed them with Randolph epoxy primer, so far all looks good. Trouble is, I don't want to spend a fortune on a2 pack paint for such a small area...is it possible to get a rattle can custom made, at say, Sherwin Williams, that once sprayed on, It will allow me to cut/polish out any blemishes? Or do I need to bite the bullet and get the good stuff.
Also, is it possible / OKto add a black pigment into white Randolph Epoxy primer ev-420 so I can create a light grey?


I had bought some grey PPGprimer18 months back, opened it this weekend, and it was an off-white with a hint of Pink!!grrrr
 

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