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Best spray paint for two-toning?

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Hey there,

 

I was wondering what're the best brands for spray painting guns a two-tone colour? I'm tired of the generic reds, greens, oranges, and blues that I see. I really want a yellow or a purple that are bright enough to be considered a two-tone colour.

 

I talked to the guys at Patrol Base and they said they'd tried the Krylon stuff but it didn't hold very well.

 

What brands have a bright purple/yellow that will stick to an airsoft gun? (The gun in question is the GHK G5, if that makes any difference, it's mostly made of polymer).

 

 

Many thanks,

 

Tamberlin

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You could do alot worse than Plasti-Kote. It is good durable paint, easy to spray and it'll cover anything.

 

I used to use it lots when I used to paint guitars for people.

 

You can get it from B&Q and Hobby craft as well as screw fix:

http://www.screwfix.com/search?search=Plastikote

 

Or Amazon:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Plasti-kote-21104-400ml-Premium-Spray/dp/B006KDIH2O

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If you plan to get defence later then maybe plasti dip? There are some nice bright colours and removable later without a trace.

Just a bottle of sprayable plastidip? Also, how do you remove it?

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Any paint you get should be alright the key I've found (if you don't mind a slightly shinier finish) is to apply a coat or two of clear laquer afterwards.

This will protect the paintjob

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I've used Halfords own stuff. Does as well as can be expected, is cheap enough and is more accessible than mumping about with P&P etc, and it comes in the Yellow and Purple you're after.

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