Post by Steve King (Admin) on Jul 16, 2012 4:00:38 GMT -6
I just had cornholer email me and state that they primed and airbrushed a set of boards and over the airbrushing they "SPRAYED ON" 10 coats of gloss polycrylic. They were initially worried that the boards would be too slick, but to their pleasure, the boards were NOT too slick. Before doing so they rolled on white primer pain on the board, then airbrushed. So, if anyone was wondering, the spray form of gloss polycrylic is not too slick when applied over a rolled on paint in this case. It is very possible that a foam brushed on polycrylic would be slicker. I heard somewhere that a way to less slicken up ones boards is to stand back about 12" and SPRAY on a coat of polycrylic if initially it was foam brushed on. I don't know how true that is, but I'm just putting that out there.