Base Coat is the first color sprayed on the coach. At this stage any necessary primers or sealers are applied. This is usually the background and pinstripe color. After the base color is applied the coach is baked at 140-165 degrees for 20 minutes. Baking the coach causes the paint to 'flash dry' to the touch, but on the molecular level the paint does not completely 'cure' yet. This technique can only be done in a state of the art spray booth, with advanced OEM RV paint technology. It actually produces a 'dry but still wet' state of the paint, allowing the paint to be masked off with a design. Because the coach is still 'wet' there is a chemical bond between the base color, accent colors, and clear coat. Each coach is inspected for quality and coverage at every stage.
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