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Another masking technique?

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Go buy some, give it a try, and tell us how it works!

I'm still recovering from surgery and a personal loss.

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Mo' debinately worth a try. I have just the project that might get back on the rails if it works. Thanks for the heads-up.

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Back when I started in teh sign industry, we used a product called "spraylat" I think.  It is a latex rubber that can be brushed on or sprayed.   When dry, you cut and peel and spray next color.  Or rubber again and repeat til you get all the colors on.  This sounds like about the same thing.  Like the Plasti Dip painting that is so popular in some car markets.  Should work.  Use the colored top coat paints and you could reasonably do two toning with the peelable paints.

I was going to do my motorcycle fender with it to cover some paint gouges but it only says about 6 months outdoors.  

so it may work best as a masking medium.  Good idea.

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