I was wondering if anyone could fill me in on the pros and cons of using 1k base and clear instead of 2k?
I repainted my Morris 3 years ago with 2k, and whilst it looks pretty damn good, I have since developed a much better painting and prep technique and am getting really frustrated by all the shortcuts I took as a novice (i.e. painting over blistered paint on the roof, so you can see patches of it distorting the gloss)
I painted it when I knew nothing about the dangers of 2k, and did it with a decent paint mask - but really don't want to do this again and don't have the money for an air fed mask.
I've been using 1k base and clear on a few panels for mates recently, but have read that 2k was developed to make up for the shortcomings of 1k... could anyone elaborate on what these shortcomings are?
I want to repaint the Mog with a solid base and then a clear. How does the durability / shine / hardness of 1k compare to that of 2k?
Any thoughts or advice greatly appreciated