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DuraTrax Polycarb Gunmetal Lexan Spray Paint (4.5oz)

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This is a 4.5 ounce bottle of DuraTrax Polycarb Gunmetal. When you need paint for your projects, depend on Duratrax. Custom-blended in all of the most popular colors, durable Duratrax paints deliver excellent coverage and spray patterns for polycarbonate R/C car bodies. The can sizes are larger (4.5 oz), so they go farther, with color-matching lids for instant color recognition.

This product was added to our catalog on February 7, 2018

Verified Owner
Sunday, Jul 14 2019 (3 months ago)
DuraTrax Polycarb Gunmetal Lexan Spray Paint (4.5oz)
Great color and looks amazing as a dark contrast color instead of black.
Zero issues with the sprayer and I have bought dozens of cans of the Duratrax paint.
Sprays evenly and opaquely with a medium mist- just press the nozzle firmly to make sure lots of air pressure is released for a fine mist. If you don't press firmly then the light air pressure may cause spittle, just like any other brand of paint.
Verified Owner
Friday, Apr 19 2019 (6 months ago)
DuraTrax Polycarb Gunmetal Lexan Spray Paint (4.5oz)
As others have said, these nozzles do not spray evenly. I assumed people didn't leave the cans inside at room temp and/or didn't shake them long enough. I would always spray a mist before bringing the can to the body so that it's one continuous motion and the initial burst wasn't sprayed on the body. Between layers I'd flip the can upside down and spray for a split second. Repeat the entire process for each layer.

Well each layer the nozzle would get blotches everywhere. Initially I got them on the window mask, no big deal. Future layers ended up on the body. I even tried to fix it by rubbing alcohol on the blotches, but seeing how that was the first time I ever tried correcting a faulty can it didn't work so well. The spots came out, but it left an area around where you could see I had cleaned it and no matter how many more layers I added there was always a perimeter of lighter paint.

Instead of just throwing the body away I wanted to finish painting it with this color just to show Duratrax that this is a stupid issue to have, considering this is pretty much the only thing they specialize in anymore. I had intended on spraying 3 stripes, but I'm not going to use the other cans knowing this is ruined and the other paint will end up doing the same.

I will never use Duratrax paint again.