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Testor's Dull Coat

Postby tomwittstock » Mon Jun 17, 2013 12:13 pm

I have currently spray painted 4 coats of primer (Dark Grey by VHT ) on the bottom hull of my sub. Question I was looking to use "Testor Dull Coat" to seal and to make the entire paint job look more uniform.... The reason I choose Dull Coat by Testors was the fact when I applied decals and then use dull coat onto to them they never came lose due to the effects of water.....I always was impressed by that......On the other side of the coin I heard Dull Coat is not water proof....ANY ADVICE IS WELL COME.....



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Re: Testor's Dull Coat

Postby PaulC » Mon Jun 17, 2013 1:22 pm

Tom,

I've used the Testor's dull coat to seal dry transfers and flatten the overall finish of boats and never had any issues.
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Re: Testor's Dull Coat

Postby tomwittstock » Tue Jun 18, 2013 9:26 am

Thanks Paul, :mrgreen:
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Re: Testor's Dull Coat

Postby Chuck Chesney » Tue Jun 18, 2013 11:13 am

Agreed. Over thirty years of Dull Coat for covering water slide decals on both surface ships and subs with zero problems. It never has failed.
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