Tremclad

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TiaJa

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Well Im not sure how many of you are familiar with the name Tremclad, but its a very flexible, rust paint that can be used for almost anything. I used it last year on my cardboard for my costume and i can still bend the cardboard and it doesnt crack or anything. I tested it yesterday with some fun foamies and it dryed so nicely, and gave it smooth, glossy shine. Im about to go buy the colors i need today, so i need some professional opinions. Though before i go nuts with it and wreck my only bio, i wanted to know if i could even use it on my fiber glass bio...It wouldnt ruin it or anything would it? :)
~Thanks much, Tara :mad:
 

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