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White Paint

March 1 2004 at 12:26 PM
Stewart Young  (no login)
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Response to Who makes a good white paint?

The best I have found so far is the Revell primer, comes in a spray and is white! I believe that Halfords (in the UK), sell a white acrylic primer but as yet I have not seen or used it.


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  1. Lifecolour...white primer.. - Alasdair Johnston on Mar 2, 2004, 3:49 AM

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