I've heard of primer, basecoat, and clear, but reducer and clear coat hardener? I'm guessing reducer has something to do with smoothing out the paint before applying the clear coat and I've never heard of clear coat hardener.. does that speed up the clear coat hardening process?If you have a nice HVLP gravity feed gun and a decent compressor, youll need the primer, bascoat (color you want obviously), reducer, clear coat and clear coat hardener, and a &*It load of sandpaper, i used 80-250 grit, and it worked good. You dont have to get all the paint off, just roughenit up and smooth it out. Electric sanders are great.
Spend around 100 or less as opposed to thousands. Save money and Youtube and Google The hell out of the subject. ( painting, prepping, etc..)
btw, you got all your equipment and paint for under $100??