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Old 08-26-2004, 03:07 PM
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Dupli color paints?

I found that my local canadian tire sells duplicolor primer sealer, primer surfacer, topcoat, and reducers needed for painting. Anyone delt with this stuff???

checked out the website and it looked not bad, but not sure about it.

any info would be wonderful

http://www.duplicolor.com/ is the website

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I love their sand-able primer in rattle cans for models. Doesn't attack plastics and builds and sands like K2. Have used a few cans of color too and seems as good as Rustoleum or Krylon premium paints. I always buy the little factory color touch-up bottles when I buy a new car. All in all, pretty good product for small jobs. Have never tried bulk quantities large enough to do major full-size car work.
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I love their sand-able primer in rattle cans for models. Doesn't attack plastics and builds and sands like K2. Have used a few cans of color too and seems as good as Rustoleum or Krylon premium paints. I always buy the little factory color touch-up bottles when I buy a new car. All in all, pretty good product for small jobs. Have never tried bulk quantities large enough to do major full-size car work.
yah, they have the gallon containers, and they seem really reasonable....figured that might be another option instead of driving in primer for a year
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