Rubberized Paint Tricks
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I want to repaint an old Thinkpad x60. Since I want to do it as my primary and daily use laptop, I search about rugged resistant paint, some type of rubber paint.
So, there are one called Plasti Dip, of Performix, who is used on automotive. It make rubberized coat over the stuff, so it protect as much. The only problem is because it is easily removable and, on the edges, it came out.
On many forums some guys mix this Plasti Dip with some Enamel Flat Black tint, and notice one better adhesion.
So, I came here to some help. There are some tricks about this type of paint, like put specialized primers, sanding, finish sprays, or some stuff like that?
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Hello /diy/, /fit/izen here. In my quest to learn some crafts and become a man, I want to learn how to refinish wood and maybe start doing some woodcraft (but that's for later).
I currently live in the UK and I've noticed that people tend to throw away stuff that is still in very good condition, which I'm willing to pick up and give it a second youth.
Do you have any advice, any info chart, or a list of basic equipment I'd need ?
I'm really new at this.
Thanks for your help, pic unrelated