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Dupli-Color HVP105 Gloss White High Performance Vinyl and Fabric Spray - 11 oz.


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Gloss White
  • Maximum adhesion promoter, no primer needed
  • Fast drying
  • Won't crack, peel or chip
  • Works on vinyl and fabric
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Dupli-Color HVP105 Gloss White High Performance Vinyl and Fabric Spray - 11 oz. + Dupli-Color CP199 Clear Adhesion Promoter Primer - 11 oz.
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Product Information

Color: Gloss White
Technical Details
BrandDupli-Color
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions6 x 6 x 8.2 inches
Item model numberHVP105
Manufacturer Part NumberHVP105
OEM Part Number HVP105
  
Additional Information
ASINB00098PO22
Best Sellers Rank #99,593 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Product Description

Color: Gloss White

Dupli-Color's high performance vinyl and fabric coating dresses up your old interior vinyl and fabric. It's perfect for vinyl seats, dashes, door panels, shifter boots and consoles. Formulated with a maximum adhesion promoter so there is no need for primer. It's fast drying and won't crack, peel or chip, available in many of the original equipment colors or hot tuner colors.

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Michael Bremer on August 14, 2013
Color: Flat Black
Edit to prior review, (important for best results & reinforces 3 star average rating):

After just a few days of my new interior paint job, I've noticed in areas of "higher usage" spots are beginning to fade and rub off from rubbing my leg or adjacent surfaces to the painted parts. Long story short, not cool BUT I have a fix to this, as followed:

Prior to painting the parts, after cleaned, I highly encourage using a primer that is both compatible with plastics AND a comparable color to your desired finished painted product. For example, if you are painting from light to dark, use a darker colored primer and vise versa. Why? Better coverage and more importantly, better surface adhesion to help prevent peeling and cover any harsh stains.

After painting, to protect your new paint color, I highly recommend using rustoleum brand MATTE clear coat. One light first coat and a slightly heavier top coat should do the trick. This will provide MINIMAL additional gloss without getting too much gloss like a typical clear and as previously stated, add an additional layer of protection to the surface to help aid in the prevention of "rub off". If my paint is rubbing off slightly in just a couple of days, I couldn't imagine what it would look like a year or two down the road!

Products used:
rustoleum black 2x coverage primer (bonds to plastic surfaces and black because painted the parts black) 1-2 light coats
Duplicolor flat black vinyl and fabric adhesive 1 light coat 3 top coats.
Rustoleum 2x coverage MATTE (low gloss) clear coat. 2 light uniform coats.

Allow yourself plenty of time between priming and painting and painting and clear coating to avoid chemical reactions and blending of products.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By camaro on April 21, 2012
Color: Flat Black Verified Purchase
Used this product for all fabic including the carpet which was light gray in my old camaro.The interior now looks like new it took 3 x 11oz cans. Fantastic would buy this product again.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By to0pink on November 27, 2013
Color: Charcoal Gray Verified Purchase
Just an ok sprayer. These cans do NOT give you nearly as much coverage as you think it would. One spray can was barely enough to cover the front/back of a chair with two coats. I went from beige to charcoal grey, but two coats was still not enough.

One important tip to improve coverage and cost. Use a spray bottle with water to get the fabric damp BEFORE you apply it. This will help the paint "bleed" more evenly into the fabric. Yes, it will take longer to dry, but helps for a more even coat. The steps I use are:

-Gentle rub down with fine grit sand paper
-Damp fabric with spray bottle
-Spray paint
-Spray more water on areas that look uneven or too heavy with the paint
-Repeat for more coats
-Gentle rub down with sand paper again to get rid of that tough texture

If you are looking to redo the inside of your car or any other piece of furniture, I recommend you spend the money to get new fabric so it's done right, or go in the opposite extreme and use a mixture of latex paint with water. Yes that's right, I just said latex paint with water. I ended up painting my fabric chairs using latex paint from your local store. 1 $30 gallon was able to cover more than 10x the sqft than the spray can. It sounds crazy, but there are lots of online guides on how to use latex paint to paint fabric. The end result is, yes, it is even more rough than spray painting fabric, but it is way way cheaper and you get the exact color you want. If you are spray painting your fabric instead of buying new, chances are, you are like me and you are looking to save money and extend life.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Smith on September 1, 2012
Color: Blue Verified Purchase
I ordered this two days ago and was told this would take like 8 business days to get here so shipping was reaally quick. First, the can doesn't look like the blue one in the picture. I opened the box and the top was a dark blue. I actually seen this in the store and decided to buy it here cause I thought this was a different color. I thought it was a lighter blue like the one in the picture. Anyways, I did a test spray on the box it came in and it's not as dark as the lid of the can. I mean I guess it could be if you kept putting layers of paint on something. I can only think to describe the color of the paint as the color of Cookie Monster. It's that color blue. I used the paint to spray paint my vents and cloth inserts on my door panels. The paint on the vents for some reason started cracking and I'm not exactly sure why. I tried looking it up and it says it could have been from a few different reasons. I did clean the vents before painting them. They didn't crack thaat bad but it's still noticeable if you look. Since the paint started cracking, I wasn't too impressed and my review loses one star. Now the inserts came out pretty well after I taped everything off, so I was impressed with how well that came out. Also I love how easy it is to spray paint with these cans. They paint only where you aim them. I've used other spray paint cans and they paint in a huge radius. I accidentally painting my speaker grill that was already painted black (also with duplicolor vinyl and fabric) and i didn't even have to retape to fix it. I just grabbed the black spray paint, aimed and painted it over. That's what I mean about how easy it is to paint with these cans, they only paint where you aim so you have easy control. I would definitely recommend this to anyone trying to add a little color to their interior.Read more ›
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