Spray Dullcote 3 oz

This is a 3 oz. (85 g) can of Clear Flat Lacquer Overcoat Spray Paint.

Testors Spray Dullcote 3 oz Hobby and Model Lacquer Paint #1260
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  • Testors Product Number: 1260
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Spotlight Review

"Best flat available hands down"
nscrfns (Killeen, TX)
If used properly this will create a very nice flat finish. I haven't found anything that produces as flat a finish than Dullcote. I've used this over lacquers, enamels and acrylics. Several mist coats until the desired flatness is achieved. My best results are when I have decanted this and sprayed it through an airbrush without thinning further. The spray can nozzle puts out too much paint in my opinion. Don't get too close to your subject to help avoid pooling and/or runs. If sprayed too heavy it can leave a milky white finish. If sprayed over clear acrylics such as Model Masters or Alclad Aqua Gloss, several mist coats is best. Anything heavier than a mist will tend to attack the acrylic clear and result in a wrinkled finish. It doesn't do this with any colored acrylic paints. Allow 10-15 minutes to dry between mist coats. As always experiment on a test piece first.

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  • This is flammable and toxic.
  • Can be used for
  • models, ceramic, plastics, leather, stone, metal, styrofoam,
  • crafts, wax, glass, paper, figures, fabric, wood and touching
  • up purposes.
  • Not suitable for polyethylene or vinyl.
  • Contains no lead or harmful CFC'S.
  • Easy-to-hold can.
  • Does not exceed 95% VOC by weight.


  • Testors Product Number: 1260


One 3 oz. (85 g) Can of Clear Flat Lacquer Overcoat


"Very dependable matte coat."
jen (Atlanta, GA)
I use this for a flat finish and protective coat on scale models and wargame miniatures. Dullcote performs well in a wider temperature and humidity range than any other spray sealer I've tried. Multiple light coats are better than one heavy coat; if over-applied, it can, on rare occasions, dry with whitish residue in crevices and recesses. Smells dreadful, but it should be used only with good ventilation, anyway.

"Spray Dullcote"
doug (oregon)
The go to standard. Only warning is if can is almost empty Don't use on your latest prize, can get uneven spray as can emptys

"Testors Dullcote"
This product is great when trying to make a model weathered and dirty. Remember to use primer because this is lacquer. For example, a glossy plane will not be glossy anymore if you spray the dullcote.


  • 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 nervous system.
  • Product has chemical known to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm in the state of California.
  • Shake can vigorously before using, reshake often and use at room temperature.
  • For best desired results, test product first.
  • Spray with even strokes and do not stop painting in the middle, for 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, if nozzle clogs, clean with thinner.