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Never heard of Killz.

 

It's only the hardware cans at Bunnings that are going, not sure about other hardwares and the auto shops, which are better anyway, are still there.

 

Not sure what a full meal for $11 would look like in Aust, this is an expensive place, man. These are the AUD$11 Rustos, they have some nice colours, more than what's in this pic I think

 

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hey hua the rustos are okay. they cover a bit but I can't find adaptors that work nicely with them.

they do a good background though

 

just try the keylime it's pretty good.

 

but still for that price they want to be okay.

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Hua Guofang Have you tried the duramax by dulux?

Looks like it could be good - again likely to be lpricey but it apparently takes different caps

http://www.dulux.com.au/products/dulux-duramax-spray-paint?gclid=CjwKEAjwjpeqBRCDiKqliK2aiicSJAAgKD2FYnh3lAsCNulLJaD1nP13SCemikLSbcMTYVZ5FDf27xoCfPLw_wcB

Haven't seen that yet, while since I've been in to Bunnings. Some nice colours there, wiggle, bright delight, terracotta, dandelion, lickedy. Expect it to be like $15

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@Schnitzel , what'd you think of ptx2? (from a few pages back)

i am curious.

 

I quite like a few of the colours ( Keylime is a winner) but to be honest you can buy two MTN hardcores for the price of 1 Rusto.

 

I like to use it for the way you can hold it 18 inches away from the surface and the paint still hits the surface. Like proper paint when I started I used to have loads of paint on each piece - export, rusto, dulux,RAL belton, krylon, autoK ( highlights only) and one needed to master each brand for good results. now I'm just in the brand paint club and it takes away some skills

 

I cannot find a household product that has a fitting nozzle though. thought I'd nutted one out with this cooking spray but nope!

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Like proper paint when I started I used to have loads of paint on each piece - export, rusto, dulux,RAL belton, krylon, autoK ( highlights only) and one needed to master each brand for good results. now I'm just in the brand paint club and it takes away some skills

 

Could not agree more.

 

Lots more innovation and creativity back when things weren't so specialised and tailor made for walls. Don't mean to get all "back in my day" on everyone but facts are facts. Only artist paint in the 80s was Buntlack and that stuff was rocking horse shit.

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Haven't seen that yet, while since I've been in to Bunnings. Some nice colours there, wiggle, bright delight, terracotta, dandelion, lickedy. Expect it to be like $15

 

Oh shit dude it is awesome!!!!

Like dulux with a belton valve.

 

I used

gogo blue

true blue

Dandelion yellow

Hogs bristle

 

sprays well and is great for outlines - all the things old dulux wasn't. also has that benefit that rusto has that it's paint and you can hold away from the walls and it will hit the wall instead of blowing away.

 

even the stock tips do a nice highlight.

 

expensive though jeez.

 

$12.00 a can makes it a bit hardcore to use but buy one for outlines then shit silvers for fills and I'm painting out in the country

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Might have to grab me a couple.

 

Been focusing on career over the last 6 months and haven't had time for anything else but have continued to stock up (especially with that new shop opening up down here lately). Got stupid amount of paint these days and am keen to get out and about, do a bit of experimenting and maybe to a few monumentally big silver/golds as well.

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Store link: capmatchescolor.bigcartel.com/

CMC is proud to officially announce our new line up of vintage spray heads. We spent the last year researching and trial testing these caps to bring you the best product possible. Introducing the CMC Jiffy cap, modeled after the infamous stock cap found on Jifoam oven cleaner, and the CMC Wally cap, modeled after the original stock cap found on Big Wally Wall Washer, the foaming-action household cleaner.

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Store link: capmatchescolor.bigcartel.com/

 

CMC is proud to officially announce our new line up of vintage spray heads. We spent the last year researching and trial testing these caps to bring you the best product possible. Introducing the CMC Jiffy cap, modeled after the infamous stock cap found on Jifoam oven cleaner, and the CMC Wally cap, modeled after the original stock cap found on Big Wally Wall Washer, the foaming-action household cleaner.

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Those vintage caps look rad! Do you guys ship to Europe?!

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