Customs: Krylon Fusion Paint, Availible in Australia?

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  1. Autoplex

    Autoplex Farewell Master Galvatron

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    Can you buy Krylon Fusion Paint in Australia?
    Or is there anything as good that can be bought in Australia?

    Short and directly to the point. Any help would be great!

    Apologies to the moderators if I've put this in the wrong place. I haven't posted in Radicons since the move.
     
  2. Superquad7

    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    While I don't have an answer for you, this topic is fine where it is :thumb 
     
  3. Fit For natalie

    Fit For natalie tfwiki nerd

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    I'd love to know this as well. Importing spray paint is obviously no-go.
     
  4. frenzyrumble

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    Can you order it from ebay? just curious...
     
  5. icanfly

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    Ebay:
    I haven't seen fusion but im in a rural part of Australia. The only hobby shop around stocks Tamiya paints, and they seem to be pretty good. Mine haven't chipped as yet.
    eBaying spraypaints would be prohibited due to the need for delivery. To get them delivered it has to be via courier which probably gets expensive
    Regards

    JL
     
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    I was just wondering. I suppose that's where customs does their actual job...scanning them boxes and stuff.
     
  7. Autoplex

    Autoplex Farewell Master Galvatron

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    What have you been using to seal your customs? I've tried the Tamiya a little but they seemed to chip after a while. But I was only using a clearcoat also by Tamiya so that may be the problem. Thanks for the help though.
     
  8. icanfly

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    Ebay:
    umm to be honest i havnt been sealing them

    JL
     

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