Hey guys, as a little summer project I'm thinking of swirling one of my guitars, perhaps my yamaha bass (then it won't be a shame if it goes wrong
) However, I've never swirled before, so I think I'll need a bit of advice. I've read a few online articles, and I think I have the general idea.
So, I understand that I take the hardware out, sand off the paint from the body, take the neck off, and apply a base of white spray paint to the body after this. I understand the swirling procedure, and I know what I need to buy (borax, a big bin/container, and enamel paints etc).
Here's the bit I'd like to get some advice on:-
Once I've swirled the guitar, and dried it, I need to put on some clear coat. I've seen a few people here recommend 2K clear coat, but I don't know how many coats I need to put on, or how long I should leave them to dry for. ALSO, what exactly is 'wet sanding' and when should it be done?