Couple Questions Regarding Mask & Bio Repair

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avpfan36

New Member
I bought small bottle of paint ( GOLDEN - "Titan Buff") from Michael's a few days ago to touch up a few spots on my DB P1 V2 mask,and applied it using a fine tip paint brush. It looks great, however it doesn't exactly match the rest of the mask being that it's flat with no shine. Is there any kind of (semi?) gloss paint sealant or something that I could apply over that paint so it matches the rest of the mask? I believe the mask has "Permawet" on it, but I'm not 100% sure.

Also, I drilled out two of the three holes on my bio to put air hoses in there and decided once it was all said and done, that I didn't like it. What can I use to fill them in?

Thanks!
 

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MEANGENE83

Sr Member
Permawet is a good way to seal the paint you applied. Since you only need a small amount I would just buy a small bottle. And keep it around for touchups.
Plastidip is also another alternative, comes in clear aerosol cans.

To fill your bio helmet holds - Goto home depot and in the paint section they sell a BUNCH of different ready made epoxy putty. They are easily mixed in your hand and you can push the putty into the holes with your thumb. The stuff dries fast and can be sanded and painted.
Cheap, quikc and strong fix.

Goodluck!
 

avpfan36

New Member
I bought JB weld "Kwik plastic" epoxy putty, and filled the holes in then painted it black to match. I noticed that the stuff isn't solid after a few days, i can still dig my nail into it. Isn't supposed to be? Maybe I didn't mix it good enough o_O
 

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