What are the recommendations for spraying Rust Bullet Automotive or the Top Coats?

Rust Bullet Automotive can be applied through HVLP spray equipment using a 1.7 to 2.0 tip with 40 – 60 psi. BlackShell, WhiteShell and the ColorShells can be applied also with an HVLP, with a 1.5-1.7 tip and 40-60 psi. This method will achieve a dft of approximately 1.5 – 2.0 mils per coat. It is important to run Rust Bullet Solvent through the spray equipment prior to spraying the first coat of Rust Bullet Automotive to remove any moisture that may be trapped in the equipment. After the application of each coat of Rust Bullet Automotive, flush the gun or submerge the tip in Rust Bullet Solvent. It is important to keep the equipment and sprayer clean. If the spray gun has a filter, it must also be cleaned. NOTE: If Rust Bullet Solvent is unavailable in your area, Xylene, Toluene or Acetone may be substituted.