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DuraTrax Polycarb Spray (Lime Pearl) (4.5oz)

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This is a 4.5oz spray can of Duratrax Paint in Lime Pearl for Polycarbonate RC Vehicle Bodies. NOTE; It is very important to spray thin, even coats to avoid runs or heavy build up. Be careful not to apply paint too thick, use too many coats, or not allow paint to fully cure between coats. Any more than three coats of paint will start to cause issues with the color and result in a slight yellowish gold appearance. COMMENTS: Extremely flammable, vapors may cause flash fire Vapors harmful, causes eye irritation Contents under pressure Keep out of reach of children First Aid; If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with water. For skin, wash thoroughly with water. If you experience difficulty in breathing, leave the area to obtain fresh air. Get medical attention. Medical Emergency Phone Numbers; 1-800-752-7869 (U.S. customers) 1-312-906-6194 (non-U.S. customers) jxs 06/23/14 ir/jxs updt jxs 04/29/16

This product was added to our catalog on July 17, 2018

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Friday, Apr 26 2019 (7 months ago)
DuraTrax Polycarb Spray (Lime Pearl) (4.5oz)
Really wanted to use and like this, but like my Gunmetal Duratrax Spray this can started spitting after testing on a spare lexan sheet. I ruined one body with a previous can, so I made sure to test this first. I've never had an issue with Tamiya brand 10+ years ago and was attracted to these colors so I wanted to give them a shot. But the nozzles are terrible. I don't know if there's Tamiya nozzles you can buy separately for these or another brand, but I am 100% scared of using Duratrax cans regardless of how long they're warmed up after sitting at room temp for days and then putting in warm water. Shaking only seems to make things worse. The more I shook prior to spraying the more it spat paint everywhere.