Originally Posted by bpattonsoa
Zolatone for the interior. It is bulletproof, hides all sort of minor sins and fasteners disappear in the pattern.
+1 for the Zolatone. It's somewhat difficult to spray, being thick with chunks in it, but the results are worth it. The first coat puts the base color on and the second coat adds the splatters. I painted my baggage compartment with it probably ten years ago and it has been extremely durable and I like the look. Since that time, I've made some modifications back there and now need to touch them up. Aircraft Spruce only carries gallons, apparently, so I bought a quart ($53) of Apollo Gray from autobodysupply.net
. I also bought one of their "ZOLATONE 8209 POWER SPRAY KITS, FOR SPRAYING ZOLATONE COLORS." for $14. I hope it works because I really don't want to use my big gun back there.