Originally Posted by goransons
It really isn't that hard to apply, I understand wanting to keep the interior in, but that will definately add a level of difficulty getting good coverage into corners etc.
I agree 110%...leaving the interior in place and shooting around it will definitely make things much
more difficult in the end. The interior items will affect the angles you can spray at which in turn will effect the overall splatter pattern leaving you with a more "irregular pattern" than if the interior was cleared out.
Also, the masking effort will be a royal
PITA! As it was, when we did our '56 Safari - which was empty, it took the two of us almost an entire day just to mask the floor, windows, skylights and other things prior to spraying. I can't imagine having to mask around all the furniture too!
As far as the Desert Camo color - It's a warm beige leaning toward a peachy/pinky rather than yellow undertones. We used it mixed with some other "grays" to tone it down and are happy with our results. I posted details in our Zolatone project in my "It's a Girl!!!
" thread, starting around post #269.
IMO, I don't think you will save money on the Zolatone itself by spraying around the furniture, the wall space you aren't spraying will be made up with all the overspray on your masking. I'd order enough material to cover all your walls - especially if you get into mixing up a custom color.
Good luck in whatever you decide to do.