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  • drfjr1976
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    How about more Transparents/top coats/ tinted clears. I am looking for some of this color (picture below) It is called "lollypop Blue". Its a deep blue with a hint of purple.

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  • nuttyman
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    looking for a bright orange

    is the pumpkin a bright orange? I want something bright, almost neon-orange!


    thanks,

    nutty

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  • scline74
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    color request

    I would like to see an aqua pearl color or pearl teal

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  • mcaswell
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    Dale - at the moment, we're only a mail order business. We're ever expanding though - so I can forsee a small store sometime in the next 2 years.

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  • mcaswell
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    We have a color called Bubble Gum - see http://www.caswellplating.com/powder/powder_colors.html

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  • DALE
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    Caswell do you have a store open to the public or are you mail order only?

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  • nuttyman
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    do you have a hot pink? My daughter races mini motorcycles & she wants some hot pink on her bike!


    nutty

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  • mcaswell
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    It will last a long time if stored properly.

    Powders should be kept in a cool, dry area. If the temperature exceeds 20C, the storage life will be reduced.

    5lbs will be $34.00.

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  • Hemi-T
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    5 lbs is a little much for me... hobbyist How long is the shelf life of unused powder? I've heard that it will "get old", but I don't know what the results of using old powder are, or how long it takes to get "old". If it will last awhile, the weatherable urethane gloss clear 110-180 sounds like it will do the job. How much does 5 lbs cost? Thanks!

    Hemi-T

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  • mcaswell
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    We can get a Clear Eurethane:
    Weatherable Gloss 110-180 Cure [email protected]

    We can also get a Clear Epoxy:
    Nonweatherable Gloss 150-300 Cure [email protected]?F

    Let us know how much you need (preferably 5 lbs) and we'll add it to our range.

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  • Hemi-T
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    Do you have a super gloss clear? I've seen 110% gloss clear on another site, and was interested in it. Also interested in the prism powder additive. Thanks!

    Hemi-T

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  • brianwilliams5
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    I would like to see more transparents in the basic colors.
    Thanks,
    Brian Williams

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  • mcaswell
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    Check the posts above for our supplier's color wheel. They send them out free. They give a more accurate picture of the colors.

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  • Wkillgs
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    Original Engine colors...

    For 1960's era musclecars:
    Ford Blue (dark)
    Buick Red, or Chrysler red, even Ford red is close.....

    As on-line color samples probably won't match the actual coating, I don't want to base my purchase on them.....Prefer first hand experience!

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  • Wkillgs
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    Natural cast iron....

    I'm doing some car restorations, and would like some powders to duplicate unfinished cast iron, natural steel, and something to duplicate the gold phosphate (or whatever) platings. Thanks!

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