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    one shot sign paint - good stuff


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    Yeah I guess I'll just do it myself. I don't really have the time to send it off. Anyone know where I can find the one shot flattening paste? I've checked everywhere I can think of locally (Home Depot, Lowes, Sherwin Williams, Ace, Walmart...) and I can't find any. I've only found one place on the internet to get it and they're in California and don't even have it in stock.

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    I used Hi temp Engine enamel on mine(spray can)came out MINT. T.C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF_Johnston View Post
    Yeah I guess I'll just do it myself. I don't really have the time to send it off. Anyone know where I can find the one shot flattening paste? I've checked everywhere I can think of locally (Home Depot, Lowes, Sherwin Williams, Ace, Walmart...) and I can't find any. I've only found one place on the internet to get it and they're in California and don't even have it in stock.
    I would bet they wouldnt have it, but you can look into a pinstriping shop. One that does actual pinstriping not the sticker kind. The lettering paint is a favorite of the pinstriping crowd. Or you can order it from here...

    http://www.eastwood.com/paints/pinst...ent-quart.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by slackjawedyokel View Post
    one shot sign paint - good stuff
    x2 great stuff.

    I re-furbed my leather and used that one-shot and it came out flawless. I had a natural but traded with my LT. (who had a normal black but with some wear and tear) after he found out I wanted to paint it. He loves a good natural.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewiston2FF View Post
    Awesome, thanks.

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    Try the firestore - also - its pricey - but one can will do two helmets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slackjawedyokel View Post
    Try the firestore - also - its pricey - but one can will do two helmets.
    I actually did buy the paint from them. What I was looking for was the flattening paste, not the paint itself. I appreciate it though.

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