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  1. Hi there, I'm going to be spray painting certain sections of the H440 so it matches my build. However I've never sprayed a case before so was wondering: a. Will I need to sand the case down before hand or can I spray straight over its matte black finish? b. Will I need to apply self-etching primer to the case? Kind Regards, Alister Looking at an inverted white-black design.
  2. Hey folks, I'm modding up a SFF chassis as a LAN tournament prize and need some advice on painting it. I'm going for a urban digital camo style look similar to: The case is currently black powdercoat. I was wondering if the following would work: Mask off black areas I wish to keep on stock panels Spray etch primer and leave to dry Spray light grey and leave to dry mask off light grey I wish to keep spray dark grey and leave to dry Pull off masking to reveal the light grey and black Spray matte clear coat Would this work? Or would I be left with a very uneven surface due to the depth of the primer and 2 colours vs the stock black powdercoat?
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