I remember all that stuff! We also used synthetic enamel (Dulux) with Redi-Car Hot Shot reducer (Spelling, not pos.)The old spot putty (NitroStan was the best ) was lacquer primer less some solvent. When I started painting, the first thing you did was to skim the bondo with spot putty to fill the 36# scratches before lacquer primer! Everything was 1K back then except catalyzed acrylic enamel and the occasional Mercedes sprayed with base/clear Glasurit, long before American cars started using it. I remember thinking how awesome that stuff was! I also remember the first base coats from the American manufacturers being lacquer with a "urethane" clear that used the same catalyst as acrylic enamel! The Europeans had about a 20 year headstart on the bc/cc products similar to what we use today.
its polyester that seems to be someone de-aerated if it makes any sense. Dolphin glaze is about the same consistency, the icing just starts out whitish gray in stead of aqua blue greenIdiot, ive never used icing like you and everyone else, is it like polyester spot putty, and is dolphin glaze the same? Ive been using seal skin and some other crest product