myford paint

  1. brightspark

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  2. eLuSiVeMiTe

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  4. slim_boy_fat

    slim_boy_fat Forum Supporter

    This ^^. When stock becomes available they only have to edit the price element without having to redo the entire listing.
     
  5. jordan1 Member

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    Smith & Allen are the people for machine paints, any colour.:)
     
  6. brightspark

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    might call in there just up the road from me :thumbup:
     
  7. scottmk1

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    I've used their stuff and the aerosols are garbage, problems with the nozzles all the time. The 1L tins seem to dry out pretty quickly too but maybe that's my own fault
     
  8. spencer 427

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    I use arcrite paints. Been very good I must say. Waiting for a phone call from them to confirm a question.
     
  9. jordan1 Member

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    S&A mixed me some Tekaloid 318 up to a sample Myford Grey part I sent to them, they even now have it listed as 'Rhodes Grey' would you believe. I thinned it with Gunwash and it went on great and I am very fussy.:) Cost me around £13 a litre + post IIRC. The only mistake I made was having gloss finish instead of satin which I think would have been better.
     
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