Need black wrinkle paint, sprayable by airbrush
A discussion started in 2001 but continuing through 20172001
RFQ: Hi there,
I am looking for a good wrinkle paint in black, can anybody help please?
Thanks,Sid A. Wright
- Mansfield, Notts., U.K.
April 29, 2008
RFQ: I am restoring a collection of measuring instruments that originally have a black wrinkle (not crackle) finish, similar to that used on some old vehicle dashboards. The original finish was on Moore & Wright instruments.
I can find wrinkle paint in aerosol spray cans, but for this application I want to apply by airbrush, so it needs to be in ordinary tins or jars.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Retired precision engineer - Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England
Ed. note: For the adventurous, please see letter 409 for a discussion of how wrinkle paint works and, perhaps, how you can make it.
October 7, 2017
A. I am looking for a similar paint product. Since there has been no answers to this thread in almost 10 years, I am going to suggest getting a can of wrinkle black paint and depressurize the can then open it up with a saw or drill, and voila! You have wrinkle black paint for your airbrush! Thin as necessary, but remember that ANYTHING ADDED WILL AFFECT THE FINAL FINISH.Garry Marz
Godfella's MC Shop - chicago, Illinois USA
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