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Anyone know if the Dupli-Color engine enamel is available in cans? I have an application that requires I use a brush.



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Don't know if it comes in cans. If the application isn't too large I spray some in the lid or other container and us with small brush. Good for touch ups.

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If you are set on using Dupli-Color.... I agree with dingdong, however.. let the paint stand a bit before trying to brush. The Dupli-Color so so thin and watered down that it won't cover worth a lick until you let it thicken up!
I have about given up on the over-the-counter touch up paints. A auto finish supply store can mix up "auto-finish quality" paints and put them in spray cans in a single stage mix. This is a zillion times superior to touch-up paint cans from chain auto parts stores.
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