Duplicolor MC203 Details
Want to dress up chrome and metal surfaces? Duplicolor METALCAST is the answer. Change chrome pieces to transparent-colored metallic finishes with an easy, one-step process. Available in seven popular colors, METALCAST is a durable enamel finish resistant to oil, gas, and heat up to 500º F intermittently. Use it on both interior and exterior accessories, even high-heat applications under the hood. To achieve the anodized look on non-metal or painted surfaces, first apply METALCAST Ground Coat as primer, and then spray the color.
To achieve the anodized look on non-metal or painted surfaces, first apply METALCAST Ground Coat as primer, and then spray the color.
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