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Old 07-23-2012, 06:56 AM   #1
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Paint- website- plastics

Hey TW.
There used to be a sticky on a website that sold paint and clear coat in a spray can, and they mixed them fresh. I am looking to paint my grill, and it had steps for painting plastics, and filling minor holes. and they had everything needed. Does anyone remember this? or am i just crazy
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bump, no help guys.... i cant find it.
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Old 07-23-2012, 09:46 AM   #5
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Spraycansunlimited.com and paintscratch.com are 2 others. Paintscratch has a gaurantee, if you're not happy with the match, spay an index card, send that to them and they'll send you another batch for free (I actually had to do this, there was 0 hassle and quick shipping). Just a word of caution, Superwhite is hard to match. If you're anal about it being perfect, don't bother with spray cans. If you can stand a little bit of difference, then go for it.
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Just a word of caution, Superwhite is hard to match. If you're anal about it being perfect, don't bother with spray cans. If you can stand a little bit of difference, then go for it.
i used automotivetouchup.com in a spray can to do my tailgate handle and it is an identical match, also i have never used spray paint that has laid down and was as easy to work with as this is. Straight up amazing product, it is worth every penny.
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