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    Anybody got a hook up or maybe a pint left over of PB3/ Intense Blue Pearl paint??? I just need about a pint to spray my rear fender flares. Damn paint shop wants $150 for a Qt. of it in DuPont.
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    UMMMMM, I'm not supposed to ship color, buuuut, if you talk sweet nothings to me I think I may be able to get ya sum, hell a QT would do most of your truck

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1EVILR/T View Post
    UMMMMM, I'm not supposed to ship color, buuuut, if you talk sweet nothings to me I think I may be able to get ya sum, hell a QT would do most of your truck
    Ok, I can talk sweet, Drink bleach and not die in a fire.... shoot me a price homie and I can send you some moneys
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    I've been using cans of spray bomb then shooting real 2-part clear over that. Results have been pretty good, especially for something small like flares

    My calipers are spray bomb color from auto zone, topped with 2-part clear
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    Quote Originally Posted by Filthy Filbert View Post
    I've been using cans of spray bomb then shooting real 2-part clear over that. Results have been pretty good, especially for something small like flares

    My calipers are spray bomb color from auto zone, topped with 2-part clear
    I actually thought about doing this but wasn't sure how it would turn out.
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    The duplicolor rattle cans are really good, just need the clear over top. Most don't use the clear coat so results don't look as good.


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    Don't use rattle can clear. It's better than no clear, but nowhere as good as 2-part. And a quart of 2 part clear with hardener is only about $50 and lasts a long time.
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    Heres a pic of my calipers after duplicolor rattle can color, vinyl decals, and then 2-part clear overtop of everything. You can see the original red in where the pads go.






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    Quote Originally Posted by slammedR/T View Post
    Ok, I can talk sweet, Drink bleach and not die in a fire.... shoot me a price homie and I can send you some moneys
    Ill call into the store tomm to het my price, I'll get with you!

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    I just bought a gallon for one of my trucks in ChromaPremier.. it was $650. Still need clear. Paint is getting ridiculous. I don't suggest using spray bombs with pearls and Metallics. It will always have "stripes" in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotAnRT View Post
    I just bought a gallon for one of my trucks in ChromaPremier.. it was $650. Still need clear. Paint is getting ridiculous. I don't suggest using spray bombs with pearls and Metallics. It will always have "stripes" in it.
    While most will agree with you,and what your saying.For smaller pieces like the flairs he’s looking to do,the tiger striping shouldn’t be an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by y2krtaf View Post
    While most will agree with you,and what your saying.For smaller pieces like the flairs he’s looking to do,the tiger striping shouldn’t be an issue.
    Yes. I had missed that point. My apologies!

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    Yea. I'd never advocate using part store spray bomb color match paint to respray a body panel, but flares, trim, calipers, etc would be fine.
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    I bought a qt. of Nason intense blue from the local paint store.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slammedR/T View Post
    I bought a qt. of Nason intense blue from the local paint store.
    I use Nason base for some jobs at my shop. Nothing wrong with that.

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