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Testors Aerosol Spray Lacquer Paint, 3oz
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- For use on many surfaces
- Finely ground pigments give superb flow and coverage
- lead free, fast-drying, and easy to apply
- Contains one aerosol can with 3oz (85g) of enamel paint
- Available in a variety of colors
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TESTORS-Spray Enamel Paint. These all-purpose enamel paints can be used on many kinds of surfaces. Finely ground pigments give superb flow and coverage. They are lead free, fast-drying, and easy to apply. This package contains one aerosol can with 3oz (85g) of enamel paint. Available in a variety of colors (each sold separately). WARNING-FLAMMABLE, VAPOR HARMFUL, CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE. Conforms to ASTM D-4236. Made in USA.
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A little side note, not a bad thing, just a note; They changed the packaging on the can from the black and yellow to a white and blue that says Spray Laquer. There is a lable on the lid that will say Dullcote in the top letters. I know I thought i got the wrong product at first, but it's just the new wrapper.
1. It sometimes forms blotchy drip patterns
2. It causes sharpie marker (fresh or old) to run, obliterating the look of the model
If #2 happens to you (and if you use this stuff on a model with sharpie lines, it will), you'll have no choice but to remove the smeared lines with rubbing alcohol... which will also remove big patches of the spray lacquer, which you'll then have to reapply. It's a vicious cycle.
It's also great because it can help even up or smooth out an inconsistent paint job. Even with airbrushing or spray cans, that can happen sometimes. When it does, Dull Cote will cover a multitude of sins.