we do a long process to make sure or help the cause of flexing. There are many ways to skin a cat. Some ppl say just to spray adhesive promoter and then base coat it. There is nothing gonna leave from B&N by this method. We arent out to charge ppl XXX amount of money and do it the cheapest way possible so we can make a profit on it. We clean then sand all bad scratches and gouges out use aluminum oxide to blast it then clean it some more. Now its time to do adhesive promoter then the black cat primer that is flexible at -25* in a 2inch radius with out cracking. After it has cured its time to sand again and get ready for the base coat.. then clear.. Then more sanding and more clear.. then sand and buff.. lots of processes involved and materials.Damn, you guys just saved me a lot of $. I was going to replace mine too, but now i think i'm gonna paint it!
Is there any special or recommended primer or pre-treatment method?