The Fast Finish range of aerosol paints are designed for polycarbonate (lexan) model car bodies, to give not only a superb, dynamic colour finish, but also to withstand the rigours of model car use too.The paint is available in three finishes, Classic, Neon and Special FX. 150ml unless otherwise stated
As the polycarbonate material itself is so flexible and durable, it requires a specially blended paint formula to cope. Fast Finish is fuel resistant making it perfect for nitro cars too. Another feature of Fast Finish that's often overlooked is its weight on the bodyshell. It generally makes a painted body 10-12g lighter than one painted with normal lexan paints. This can be a real advantage to the 1/10th and 1/12th scale cars where weight is always an issue.
The Classic range covers the 'normal' colours such as white, red, black etc and also the metallic colours, Spa Silver, Graphite etc. The Neon paints are ultra bright, flourescent colours for the ultimate in visibility on the track.
Special FX paints are for those that want to go for the custom look. There's the Starburst Silver metalflake which is a transparent carrier with large metalflake particles that will add a coarse metallic finish to any base colour, and the Pearl White which has a similar but much finer effect. Spray either of them on the body first, then back with another colour to give a solid, but sparkling finish.
The Chameleon paints actually change shade and colour depending upon the angle they are viewed from. The Jade flips between yellow-gold through to a deep green for example. They are great for the full 'Pimp my Ride' effect!
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