Well, I am probably making a much bigger deal out of this than it really is, but here goes....At first I had no doubt that I would use the TSC Resto primer and paint.
The color is not perfect but still just fine with me. (solved)
I painted a few small items with a spray bomb and noticed it was very soft, so...not really a problem because I intend to use the spray gun with hardner. Only problem is I haven't seen the finished product, is it really that much harder? (still to be decided)
I have read some of the post here and other places and thought maybe acrylic enamel was the way to go for durability, and better finish. I understand the TSC is an alkyd enamel that will fade and chalk after some time.
Then I confused myself even further by listening to a "pro"...now we have acrylic urathane and expoxy primer in the mix.
Then I read that most of it is toxic and will kill you.
So...after all that...can anybody tell me if the TSC Resto Series is in fact reasonably durable and safe to use or should I go for the acrylic enamel (urathane is out) AND can it be applies over the TSC primer?