Customs: What Kind of Paint?

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    I'd use Krylon fusion and masking. Probably a lot easier way but the head I am working on now, base paint anyway, is the same quality.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Is this what you're talking about?

    Krylon: Products: Fusion for PlasticĀ®

    Looking at the available colors, matching the red and black should be pretty easy. I'm thinking the blues for Vortex might not work though.
     
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    Yeah. As I said there maybe something better or easier. I'd suggest looking at the tutorial section link in the post above mine.

    I will say it's getting on winter and it'll be a lot harder to use spray paints. Also do it in light coats and let the final base cure for 7 days before adding detail paint. Use Easy Oven odor free for removing and redoing the work.
     

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