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I was looking for a page exactly like that on their site... let me guess it was rediculously easy to find and staring me right in the face? I just made it impossible to find by assuming it was cleverly hidden?

 

Thanks a lot though, that was exactly what I needed to see was what part numbers are attached to which product.

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ok well correct me if i'm wrong here... a lighter (white) base is going to give you brighter and more vibrant colors, where as a darker (black) is going to give you much darker colors that need some extra layering probably and look a little shaded? Guessing grey would be somewhere in between, maybe closer to black than white?

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Some folks recommend having two pots of water when using metallics and rinsing metallics off in one and non-metallics off in the other, to avoid contaminating non-metallic paint mixes with flakes from the water. I have heard of people who have brushes just for metallics (or more they won't use their really good brushes with metallics). I use my top brushes with metallics and haven't noticed any problems, but I paint a relatively small amount of metallics and clean thoroughly after each paint session.

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Nother question (will they ever end??!?!?) ...

 

What's the difference between the RMS brush on primer 9108 and the brush on primer(s) 18073 (white) and 9214 (black) ? Are 9108 and 18073 the same white primer? Or is there some subtle difference that warrants an entirely separate identifier? The 9108 product detail page leaves much to be desired.

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