Spray Artic Blue Metallic Enamel 3 oz

This is a 3oz (85g) can of Gloss Arctic Blue Enamel Spray Paint.:

Testors Spray Artic Blue Metallic Enamel 3 oz Hobby and Model Enamel Paint #1209t
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 Testors # tes1209t
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Testors Item # tes1209t
Features :
  • Made of enamel and is flammable and toxic..:
  • Can be used for models, ceramic, plastics, leather, stone, metal, styrofoam crafts, wax, glass, paper, figures, fabric, wood and touchin up purposes..:
  • Not suitable for polyethylene or vinyl..:
  • Contains no lead or harmful CFCs..:
  • Easy-to-hold can..:
  • Does not exceed 80% VOC by weight..:
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Spotlight Review

 
"Sweet Blue Metallic!!"
J. Arnold (Estill Springs, TN)
This is an Awsome Medium to Dark Metallic Blue that would look Great on Any application! Sprays and Lays Wonderfully and Reacts Well with Testors Clear Gloss.

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Features

  • Made of enamel and is flammable and toxic..:
  • Can be used for models, ceramic, plastics, leather, stone, metal, styrofoam crafts, wax, glass, paper, figures, fabric, wood and touchin up purposes..:
  • Not suitable for polyethylene or vinyl..:
  • Contains no lead or harmful CFCs..:
  • Easy-to-hold can..:
  • Does not exceed 80% VOC by weight..:

Specs

  • Testors Product Number: 1209T

Includes

One 3oz (85g) Can of Gloss Arctic Blue Enamel Spray Paint.:




Reviews

  
 
"Spray Artic Blue Metallic Enamel"
biggronk777
Love the color love the coverage and will use it again

 
"Pretty Blue"
edrn007
Two coats are good. Use a clear coat to brighten it up.

 
"Great Multi-make Blue"
Howie Dewing
Testors 1209 Arctic Blue is a versatile medium/dark blue for anyone looking for that fresh from the factory look. Each of The Big Three has produced shades of blue throughout the decades that this paint replicates fairly closely. It goes on smoothly and dries with good gloss right from the can. Also, it has the perfect metallic content, better suited for that strictly stock look than Testors 1844 Icy Blue Lacquer, which is so glittery it looks more like it belongs on a Mattel Hot Wheels car. It came out somewhere in between Liberty Blue and Windward Blue, two Pontiac colors from 1969. I usually don't apply a primer coat to car kits as too many paint layers can obscure fine details, but Revell's 1969 GTO was molded in an unconvincing Carousel Red (more like Traffic Cone Orange) that needed a complete primer coat to dim its Day-Glo appearance. A kit molded in white or gray wouldn't need priming for this paint but some modelers prefer to always do that.

Comments

  • Keep out of reach of children..:
  • Highly Flammable Paint, avoid heat, flame or puncturing can..:
  • Avoid eye contact, skin contact or prolonged breathing of vapors best to use in a well-ventilated area..:
  • Inhaling contents is harmful to respiratory tract and nervou system..:
  • Product has chemical known to cause birth defects and othe reproductive harm in the state of California..:
  • Shake can vigorously before using, reshake often and use at roo temperature..:
  • For best desired results, test product first..:
  • Spray with even strokes and do not stop painting in the middle, fo the best results..:
  • To avoid wrinkling, recoat within 3 hours or after 48 hours..:
  • To clear valve after use, invert can and spray several seconds, i nozzle clogs, clean with thinner..