Spaz Stix "Fireball Orange" Fluorescent Spray Paint (3.5oz)

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This is a 3.5 ounce can of Spaz Stix "Fireball Orange" Fluorescent Spray Paint. Spaz Stix is the premier brand when it comes to high-end RC Paints... whether your a seasoned PRO or just breaking into the industry you'll find that nothing beats Spaz Stix when it comes to un-surpassed quality and ease of use!


This product was added to our catalog on March 24, 2010

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Saturday, May 4 2013 (about 9 years ago)
Spaz Stix "Fireball Orange" Fluorescent Spray Paint (3.5oz)
Really like this color. It is like a glowing comp orange. I would recommend this color to anyone who has sight issues or depth perception issues. I plan to use this again in the future on an e-buggy body.
Tuesday, Mar 2 2021 (about a year ago)
Spaz Stix "Fireball Orange" Fluorescent Spray Paint (3.5oz)
Flourecent orange. Big whoop. Bought at my LHS, but felt like putting the word out. This paint sucks. It's better than blue and holographic spastix paint so far only because it hasn't flaked YET on the same body. The other colors have. I have painted a ton of bodies with Tamiya spray can paint and never had this issue with flaked cracked paint. Sure can is bigger, but not even sure there is really that much more paint in the can compared to Tamiya. Nozzles also load up which makes me think less less content/pressure. Never again Spastix, no thanks. Tamiya painted bodies still rocking steady after many years and piles of race carnage. Avoid Spastix
Saturday, Aug 5 2017 (about 4 years ago)
Spaz Stix "Fireball Orange" Fluorescent Spray Paint (3.5oz)
Second time out the paint and it's already started to flake off. My mate has the same problem and yes, we do know what we're doing. I've never suffered similar problems with Tamiya paint.