Spaz Stix Multi Color Change Spray Paint (Green/Purple/Teal) (3.5oz)

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This is a can of Spaz Stix Green, Purple, and Teal multi color change 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 December 8, 2006

Dan Lukerchine
Sunday, Apr 20 2014 (about 4 years ago)
Spaz Stix Multi Color Change Spray Paint (Green/Purple/Teal) (3.5oz)
I have been using Spaz Stix for years and pretty much only use their paints for my trucks now. The color change paint is a little bit tricky. You have to be sure to use several light coats instead of a few heavier ones. Because it is almost clear when you spray it on (can or brush) it is really easy to overdo it. Also need to let each coat dry 15+ minutes before the next one. The heavy coat is probably why it cracked :(. As far as backing I have found the color changers to be a bit dark when backed with black. I tested a few things out and you can mist it with Metalic Silver or a touch or Chrome before the Ultimate Black Backer to make it really pop. Hope that helps all :)
Verified Owner
Thursday, Jun 29 2017 (about a year ago)
Spaz Stix Multi Color Change Spray Paint (Green/Purple/Teal) (3.5oz)
This sprays clear so it's hard to see how light or heavy your spraying so keep that in mind before you buy any tri color paint from this brand. Now with doing what they recommend this paint sucks. I can barely see any green or teal or purple. Don't waste your money on these. I tried three different body's with 2 cans of paint and got the same outcome Everytime. I used black,silver,white as my backings to see if it will pop but all you really see is your final color. After all of this I will never buy this type of paint again.
Eric Marrison
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Aug 23 2017 (about a year ago)
Spaz Stix Multi Color Change Spray Paint (Green/Purple/Teal) (3.5oz)
This took a can of practice before I really figured it out but these color changing paints are great. They do go on quite clear compared to normal paints so you need lots of light to see what you're doing, but they look awesome when done correctly. I haven't used the prep paint but I did make sure the surfaces were totally clean before spraying. Do yourself a favor and buy a couple of cans. At first you'll probably go through more than you need making the coats really thick, be careful as this can cause blotches. The paint doesn't seem very special until you get a black backing on it and see it in the sun, then you'll love it.
Patrick Littleton
Verified Owner
Saturday, May 4 2013 (about 5 years ago)
Spaz Stix Multi Color Change Spray Paint (Green/Purple/Teal) (3.5oz)
I followed the directions exactly and used the products recommended with this paint. I was not happy with the results. Ended up being too dark and had swirls. I cannot recommend this product.
Big Daddy
Verified Owner
Monday, Jun 27 2011 (about 7 years ago)
Spaz Stix Multi Color Change Spray Paint (Green/Purple/Teal) (3.5oz)
I purchased the Spaz Stix prep, the color changing paint, and the high gloss backer . I followed the instructions to a t and painted a Proline raptor body. It came out pristine until I took my truck out to the track. Within 10 minutes the paint started chipping and flaking off for no apparent reason . I was like WTF! I looked on the bottom of the paint can and it had a mfg of 2/5/08- I don't know if this has anything to do with it but now my body is horrible looking! Thanks Spaz It'll be the last time I use your product!
Are you dumb Big Daddy?
Wednesday, Dec 4 2013 (about 5 years ago)
Spaz Stix Multi Color Change Spray Paint (Green/Purple/Teal) (3.5oz)
Dude, you are just a complainer. You are the one of the dou* that gives people wrong information about the product that they r looking into. I don't know how good this product is since I'm just starting to look into it but I can tell you are just one of those. You must have done something wrong to have that sort of situation. I've never even heard of that. Maybe you should've used enamel coating after the painting. Even w/o it, it shouldn't have happened. If you can't give accurate info about something, don't even write.
And Patrick, you too, is dumb. You don't seem to know how to use it correctly and you obviously messed it up. Just keep your mess to yourself. Why bother to write a review that only tells us that you're dumb? LOL