Any good paint options out there maybe at Napa for painting channel letters? I'm hoping to lightly sand Alumet letter coil and then use an auto paint to match color I need.
We use Imron, I think it is an Axalta brand now, used to be DuPont. Its available in reduced gloss and the price is reasonable for what it is. For automotive paint, most distributors shy away from any sheen besides gloss, they may not even be able to produce it.Any good paint options out there maybe at Napa for painting channel letters? I'm hoping to lightly sand Alumet letter coil and then use an auto paint to match color I need.
I saw that they introduced this but it says they only have 70 locations mixing it so nobody will know anything about it and tech support will be a pita. The biggest issue that I have with Sherwin Williams is they are always out of stock on items and any local reps don't know anything except house paint. We have an industrial rep that really knows his stuff but he has a huge area and stays really busy.We have a Grip Guard EFx mixing station in shop but will probably be switching to Sherwin Williams in the future. They came out with their own single stage system based on the automotive system they already produce. We were pretty impressed with how it sprayed when we had them come in and do a demo. Their sign paint system gives you the option to change sheens as we produce almost everything in satin or low gloss at this point.