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Thanks. That what I thought as well. . .Coming from a modeling background using "dope" for finishes, we always had to blanket cover the wood with silver or gray first when painting colors like white, yellow or red. This prevented having to shoot heavy coats in order to get good coverage. Weight was always an issue too. Do the acrylic type paints from Badger and others cover that much better so as to not need a primer or blanket coat first?

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