Duplicolor Agm0581 Metallic Sunburst Orange Gm Vehicles Scratch Fix Paint-0.5 Oz on 2040-parts.com
Clearwater, Florida, United States
Dupli-Color Scratch-Fix All-in-1 Premium Automotive Paint is an easy-to-use, high-quality, fast-drying, acrylic lacquer aerosol paint specially formulated to exactly match the color of the original factory applied coating. Ideal for use on all OEM paint surfaces, Scratch Fix All-in-1 is available in a complete line of exact-match colors for current and late model import and domestic vehicles, making this product ideal for both small scale vehicle touch-up and for painting vehicle accessories.Pen-Tip/Brush Applicator - Duplicates Original GM Colors - Needle paint tip provides precision and control, Taper-Tip Sponge Brush is ideal for large coverage - Dry to touch in 20 minutes/handle in 40 minutes - Clear coat included to match original factory finish. 0.25 oz. paint color and 0.25 oz. of clear. Metallic Sunburst Orange.
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By John Mahoney
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