This week when I went into my office I was greeted with a UPS package containing some interesting pigment, a gift from a business friend. The stuff is color-shift special effect pigment. She had some laying around and, seeing my Sparklecaster the last time she visited my office, figured I could use it for my next project. HELP! The stuff is powder. What do I do with it? I'm thinking that I can mix it with Deft Clear, about six parts Deft and one part pigment, a touch of mineral spirits to thin it, and spray it through the Preval unit. Should that work? I'm new to this powder pigment concept. The stuff doesn't show well in the photo, but it seems to impart a cool green to pink shift at a forty-five degree angle. I tried it right on the SX STL body and then on black. It looks about the same. I think I can just rough-up the SX's poly finish and just spray this over it without using a primer. Otherwise, I'll prime it with Krylon from a rattle can. I'll shoot some test panels first, but you have any thoughts on how to proceed? Thanks.