Gold Green Blue Colorshift Paint Pigment 4779GGB Super Flash
Gold Green Blue Colorshift Paint 4779GGB Super Flash are White in color in the bag, but are transparent particles with a chameleon reflection. That actually makes them okay to spray over other colors (if you know what you are doing).
We here at Paint With Pearl agree that this is one of our most popular colors in the Chameleon Pearls® paint spectrum. It looks much better in person, but custom paint often does. Our Ghost Chameleon Pearls® have several color-changing aspects, but photography tends to capture only a few of them. We priced a similar paint at the automotive paint store and they were asking 3000 dollars per gallon. Our 25 gram bag is easily stirred into a mixed quart of reducer and binder / clear coat. These ghost Chameleon Pearls® paint pigments are truly easy to mix and spray to create your own custom paint job for project, whether it be car, motorcycle, watercraft, or in the home. It will literally mix with any clear finish, so it is good for fiberglass as well. Try our Gold Green Blue Colorshift Paint Super Flash 4779GGB for a truly expensive looking custom paint job.
Any of our 4779 4769 4759 series Chameleon Pearl pigments can be considered to be Ghost Chameleon Pearls®. Other people may call them Alien Pearls, but those are names, and we know what is in a name. We have had Chameleon Pearls ® in stock since 2008, and our competitors can’t touch us on prices. We intend to keep our prices the lowest on the market and will beat any other company’s retail prices. If you have additional questions, please check out our FAQ page on Chameleons or Contact us or see our FAQs page for more information! We are here to help in any way that we can. There is a reason that we are called The Original.
Not only do all of our Chameleon pearls work great in plasti dip, we were the first company to supply the dip community with its pigments. If you have any reservations about whether our products work in Plasti Dip, you should know that we were the pioneers who introduced Plasti Dip Pearls to the world.