Hoping for a little help from the guys that know.
I'm using Rust OLeum paint as an adhesive for my flock, and mixing it to match flock color used in hopes that as it wears, the paint below it will extend times between touch ups.
But here's what I have found in experimenting with it.
If I paint and then apply flock (Which I do by hand over shallow Tub a Ware bin), and then immediately take my air nozzle at 90 PSI at about twenty inches distance from surface, it doesn't smear paint at all, but really drives the flock into the paint for good adhesion, and fattens every fibre down into it so much so that every nuance of feather detail really stands out, while giving a nice even look to the flocking. Wish I'd done it to the green heads on these as well.
My question is....Is this what others do as well?