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05-22-2005 05:54 PM
Nightfire Cool, thanks larry. Does the metalflake sparkle in the sun? Or is it just a metallic paint? Also what clear did you use on the Metalcast? I was thinking of going either the Metalflake stuff, Metalacast, or the Mirage which is color shiftin paint.

05-19-2005 06:57 AM
coldknock It's as close to metalflake as you can get in a can. The flake are just a bit bigger than the regular metalic paints but it does make a difference.

On the other hand, they have some stuff called Metalcast, it's a matte finish and resembles anodizing. I painted a gas tank for an old Honda with that stuff and clearcoated it. It's the coolest thing I've ever seen come from a spray can.

Larry (aka rattlecan rat)
05-15-2005 08:27 PM
Nightfire Also, if anyone's used it, does it just like anodized, or can you acutally tell the metal specks in it? The pics on their webpage arent very convincing that it's metalflake, looks more like a regular metallic paint or anodized.

05-15-2005 06:48 PM
Dizturbed One I'd like to know too

I'm about to do alot of metal interior trim on my car, I'd like glossy black with a silver flake, but I was just going to go glossy black.

If this stuff is quality then I'd like to find some.
05-14-2005 06:09 PM
Duplicolor Metalflake in spray can...

Has anyone used it yet, it's a farily new product.

I'm thinking of using this on a bike I'm doing, lotta work will be done to it so I want it to look great.


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