|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||CA200|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CA200|
Dupli-Color CA200 White Car Art Temporary Paint - 5 oz.
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Dupli-Color Car Art gives you the ability to apply temporary vehicle graphics from an aerosol can without damaging the original finish underneath. Car Art is a fast drying temporary paint that won't wash off in the rain, but can be easily removed when needed with soap, water and a sponge or power washer. Car Art has many residential and commercial uses, holiday window decorating, promotional graphics, and temporary asphalt marking.
Top customer reviews
It worked fine. If you need to paint something temporarily, then remove the paint, this works well.
Need to decorate your van windows and the metal sides of your van to drive the ball or cheer team to that big tournament?? This works fine, especially for writing big words and stick-figures.
But if you need to paint a flower vase with perfect painted finish for an outdoor wedding reception, I don't think you'll get the even coverage you might get out of a high-end permanent paint spray.
It removed fine, too. I took my car to a $1.50 self-service car wash and used the high-pressure spray wand. At first, the paint was a little slow to come off (and I frankly was a little worried). But as the water worked its way into the paint, every drop came off - no problem, no mess, just as promised.
I probaby wouldn't spray this off with a hose in my own driveway - first, I think the high-pressure, hot water and soap from the car wash spray wand was much more effective at getting it off. Second, I wouldn't want the paint residue on my driveway.
All in all, it did exactly what I wanted and I was very satisfied.
My only concern; it's a bit tough to erase. If you don't have a hose nearby, use some baby wipes or Clorox wipes to get this stuff off the vehicle. It should come off of the windows without any trouble at all so long as you have a bit of water or dew nearby.
Most recent customer reviews
I shook the can vigorously for 2-3 minutes to make sure the paint was mixed.Read more