Yes I used automotive lacquer paint. I am doing my cabinet white and orange. I picked up 2 quarts of primer. If you aren’t familiar with painting all that much I would get 3 quarts. 1 quart of white, 1 quart of orange, and 2 quarts of clear coat. The base coat shoots thinner so you don’t use as much as you do of the primer/clear coat. I used Duplicolor ready to shoot paint that requires no thinning or mixing. Just stir it up good, pour in gun and you are good to shoot. They run 24.99 a quart for primer, base and clear. I can’t recall the model name of the guns I got but I linked them in the post above. I linked the paint I use below. You can pick them up at any automotive store (Autozone, advanced autoparts, O’Riely). I just glad I only need 1 quart of orange as I was only able to locate 1 quart locally in Houston.
That’s the brand and how the can looks. They all have the same layout just with different colors. Primer and Clear Coat say it in big letters on the can.
Thanks for all your tips bro. Post some pics once your completely done