Customs: Best Clearcoat?

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  1. MushroomPrime

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    I have Krylon Fusion Spraypaint. Is this a good one to use for clearcoating a custom (Classics Cyclonus)?
     
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    The easiest one would probably be Future (or "Pledge with Future Shine" as it's called now).

    Here's a link to a tutorial here in Radicons that REDLINE posted:

    Future Finish Tutorial/Info
     
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    I fear future would make it too shiny
     
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    Check the tutorial--it states how to mix it to achieve what you're after.
     
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    Noooooooo!!! Shiny's gooD!!:thumbs2: 
     
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    Yeah, on your customs :p 
     
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    I've only tried the gloss clear, but the testor lacqure clear is great so far. It comes in flat, semi-gloss and gloss. You could try the flat and see what it does maybe. Lol, great part about it is that if you accidently touch it while its still tacky, when it dries cover it again, and prints are gone. It is loverly :D 
     

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