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where to buy spray paint. laquer etc.

emery1990 Aug 1, 2009

  1. emery1990

    emery1990 Active Member

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    where to i buy this sort of stuff. i know halfords do touch up bottles. but i just wants, black primer, black paint and flat laquer.

    ive searched google and just puts me to other forums from america.
     
  2. Ibzzzzz

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    http://www.morelli.co.uk/contact.asp Got all my paints for my cars from here....do rattle cans aswell as in tins ready for guns....as long as you have a code they will have the paint.
     
  3. emery1990

    emery1990 Active Member

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    cheeers mate
     
  4. emery1990

    emery1990 Active Member

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    how do actually buy them..do you have to go to one of there shops.. or can you order online. i dont specificly need audi black, just black.
     
  5. Ibzzzzz

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    i go to the shop as its close by but im sure you can do a phone sale..
     
  6. A3Tom

    A3Tom Smell my finger.

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    I got all the stuff for my engine cover from Halfrauds. If you're just after normal colours they're OK. They do big cans of clear too.

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  7. emery1990

    emery1990 Active Member

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    ohright. im after flat laquer though, so thought that a specialist paint shop would be my best bet.
     
  8. A3Tom

    A3Tom Smell my finger.

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    Any clear laquer will be flat, you just need to make sure you do decent prep and apply it properly.

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  9. emery1990

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    ohright. heard from an ebook that there was two types of laquer, glossy and flat.

    this what im planning on doing, not sure if it would work though. On the rear bumper spolier and front bumper spoiler (lip) not sure what there called, i wants to spray them matt black, so itll kinda look the same as it does atm but itll look more black, i was going to spray them as the same as my car but might get the colour a bit wrong and itll look odd.
     
  10. A3Tom

    A3Tom Smell my finger.

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    Oh, you mean matte and not flat.....I see where you're coming from now!.
     
  11. emery1990

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    i thought thats just a different name for it lol..i saw it be called matte/flat black. and saw the word flat laquer needs to be used as itll protect the paint, but wont bring it up all glossy.
     
  12. IIIadidasboy

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    You could try cleaning them with a PTFE based spray cleaner first.
     

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