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Old 11-07-2006, 12:15 PM
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I'm a LINE-X dealer. Sure, LINE-X would work fine. And, at least at my shop, we can use Dupont Nason for no fading and we can color match anything.

off note a bit, but Ive wondered how you color match with that spay iin bed liner stuff. how do you mix, what is you process

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Add pigment to a rather clear resin and get close to the actual color. Spray it on whatever. Then, apply either Dupont Ful-Thane Nason paint or LINE-X Xtra for the exact color match. We use the factory paint code or a spectrometer to get the exact color. Xtra is made by Dupont only for LINE-X. Xtra contains a Kevlar Micro Pulp and is guaranteed not to fade, lose its gloss, or come off.



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Old 11-07-2006, 02:03 PM
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Add pigment to a rather clear resin and get close to the actual color. Spray it on whatever. Then, apply either Dupont Ful-Thane Nason paint or LINE-X Xtra for the exact color match. We use the factory paint code or a spectrometer to get the exact color. Xtra is made by Dupont only for LINE-X. Xtra contains a Kevlar Micro Pulp and is guaranteed not to fade, lose its gloss, or come off.



Wow, I remmember when this stuff was just available in black. Very nice looking
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