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having a impossible time finding the Krylon rust tough enamel semi gloss black/rattle can. spent the better part of a day looking. anybody have a for sure place to buy it? best price? thx.
 

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My local Ace hardware store carries it...
Used some yesterday in fact to touch up rear control arms that are ready to install.
 

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mine doesnt, they just have semi flat. not the same, tried it.
 

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I get mine at Advance Auto Parts, and K Mart. FYI I have tried both the regular and the rust tough. I like the look and flow of the regular way better. I don't know what your painting but I also think the semi flat looks more correct than the semi gloss.
 

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I want to touch up the dash. is satin finish the closest to oem or the semi flat?
 

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My bad...read the post wrong. :eek:
I used Krylon semi-flat yesterday.
 

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I get mine at the local O'Reilly's
 

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I just bought a can of the Krylon semi-gloss at Walmart. It didn't say rust tough on the can, but it is indoor/outdoor and for use on metal.
 

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having a impossible time finding the Krylon rust tough enamel semi gloss black/rattle can. spent the better part of a day looking. anybody have a for sure place to buy it? best price? thx.
IMHO, the Rustoleum 7777 is better, and you can find it in Home Depot in both rattle can and quart form. When I tried the Krylon, I picked it up at Checker. Take a look at the Rustoleum. If you're trying to match underhood colors, it's better.
 

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Autozone had it last time I needed some.
 

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IMHO, the Rustoleum 7777 is better, and you can find it in Home Depot in both rattle can and quart form. When I tried the Krylon, I picked it up at Checker. Take a look at the Rustoleum. If you're trying to match underhood colors, it's better.
I used Rustoleum SATIN under the hood and on chassis parts and semi-gloss on the dash. Looks like factory. It's in a white can and labeled for indoor and outdoor use. Also comes in quarts for spraying. Can't beat it.
 

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i sure like the way the krylon flows, seems to have a better tip... looks real nice when done.
 

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I like Krylon over Rustoleum because it dries in 10 minutes compared to 10 hours. :D

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i sure like the way the krylon flows, seems to have a better tip... looks real nice when done.
I've always liked Krylon. http://www.krylon.com/locator/ shows a list of where you can buy it at. Ace Hardware seems to only carry Semi Flat [Black], at least the one near me. I dig that color though. Semi Flat and Semi-Gloss are great. Eastwood's paints are nice as well, but they are double the price or more of Krylon.
 
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