No. Rattle can isn’t compatible with catalyzed automotive paint. Layers in auto painting are the key. When a layer isn’t compatible with an adjacent layer proper bonding does not take place. Rattle canning it will have to come off to at least the primer If you decide on a traditional automotive paint job. The exception might be if you used 2k rattle can epoxy primer. Even then you’ll have some issues with UV and element damage that will at least require you to scuff the car and apply another primer coat prior to top coat. Primer has a window in which to top coat and if you miss that or have other damage, UV, elements, whatever, at a minimum you’ll need another coat. Worst case you have to strip the primer off and prime again.Hey guys thank you so much for the advice,,,,,,A lot of you guys said that I would have to sand off the paint I am using, If i do it right can Maaco or a painter paint over it. If i do it right
Your best long term bet is to use one of the low cost turbine guy kits and proper 2k paint. The paint doesn’t have to be mega high end. Your Eastwoods or TCP Globals work just fine. If you can do without factory color codes with a basic color in single stage (no separate clear coat) you’d be in a couple hundred for paint and chemicals, plus masking and prep plus whatever you spend on the turbine unit. You may be able to ebay or CL the gun after you’re done with the job to recover a bit of cash. I’d reckon about the least expensive DIY job using this method would be about $500 or so all in plus your time.