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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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  • slvrlily
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    What about a true gold rather than the more yellow shades? Think Chevy's Riverside gold.


    (As soon as the colorwheel arrives, I'll see if they have the shade I'm looking for.)

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  • mcaswell
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    If you want a color wheel, our supplier has them available. Go to https://www.powderstore.com/Powderst...rderColorWheel

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  • mcaswell
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    Epoxy paints are non-weatherable, best for indoor use.

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  • Fireblade
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    Not a color, but alot of help to people. How bout a color wheel, color ring, color something that a customer can purchase or be made available for free that shows the actual TRUE color of the cured powder. I would buy one in a heartbeat! I hate having to make color chips lol

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  • warchild
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    color

    What does your Flamboyant Blue look like? i don't know that color. is it like an Anodize Blue color?

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  • Hemi-T
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    Possibly Safety or Hi-Lite yellow. I'll compare them and see. Is epoxy better for outdoor use? UV and fade resistant? I'm going to be working on valve covers, intake manifolds, and valley covers real soon. They're on an open engine roadster, and will be fully exposed to the elements. Thanks!

    Hemi-T

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  • mcaswell
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    Hemi-T - will any of these yellows suit your needs?

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  • mcaswell
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    Just added today - Charcoal Metallic.

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  • warchild
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    color requests

    Do you have a Metallic Black Powder? or know a way i can mix powders to get that color?

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  • mcaswell
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    We'll hunt for that yellow for you. Watch our web site.

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  • Hemi-T
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    Does Akzo-Noble have a web site? How do I contact them? A couple of 3 lb sample packs would keep me busy for quite awhile. Thank you!

    Hemi-T

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  • DALE
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    I hate to say this< Sorry Caswell

    If Caswell does not have the color you want try Akzo-Noble, they require you to buy a larger amount but they have several in the range that you are looking for in their RAL selection. Price is a little high per pound but most all comercial suppliers require you to buy in 50# boxes or more, they have 3# sample packs.You will be limited to a stock gloss and texture though, nothing custom.3# pounds covers alot of area so you may end up wasting alot.

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  • Hemi-T
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    I need a yellow that's between your Pale Yellow and Gloss Yellow. Not as dark or gold toned as Dandelion Yellow. I have a color patch that's very close to what I'm looking for at:

    http://user.mc.net/~cwz/yellow.jpg

    If you know where I can find this color, please let me know. Thank you!

    Hemi-T

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  • mcaswell
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    We'll see what we can do. Watch this space.

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