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I bought a can of this just to mess around with. I build a lot of weathered models and this looks like it may work. It looks like it may work for anyone that likes cars with tinted primer.

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This looks interesting- I like the particular color you chose. I use flat paint for leather which I then rub with a soft cloth for a slight sheen. It would be interesting too to see if clear gloss would work on it.

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2 hours ago, TooOld said:

Maybe for vinyl tops ?

My first thought, also. The texture seems a bit coarse for general painting/weathering, but might just be the cat's meow for a vinyl top.

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2 hours ago, Bainford said:

...The texture seems a bit coarse for general painting/weathering, but might just be the cat's meow for a vinyl top.

Unless the look you're going for is a backyard latex paint job done with a roller...

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