Originally Posted by RedB66
I have painted my tank about six times!!!!! I apply a two part color, silver base then a red (candy) topcoat. Followed by two coats of clear. I use the best quality rattle can I can find. Like with most things I try, I end up redoing it so many times by the time I'm done I have it mastered. My problem is with my gas cap and rough terrain. Gas leaks out of the cap. I've tried to use two rubber gaskets (no help). Anyways!! Is there a product or way that I can use to protect my paint from the gas leaking?
I usually use, engine paint. It has ceramic in it, is fuel resistant and heat resistant up to 500 degrees (silver can) or 1000 degress (gold can). If you prefer to not use any of the colors available, then be sure to a can of automotive clear coat. It will be fuel resistant too.