Orange Copper Holographic Metal Flake 4 oz Jar
These Metal Flakes work with any base clear, blender or binder for a fantastic paint job!
Orange Copper Holographic Metal Flake has a truly incredible effect under the light of the sun. It is truly the newest and hottest glitter on the market, and is incredibly brilliant. PPG has it’s own version of it called Prizmatique, and I believe HOK has one too, but mine do the same thing and costs about $20.00. Compare and save! Comes in 4 fl. Oz. jar and is a fine .004″ powdered flake. Easy to spray through all standard Paint Gun Tips.
Classically, metal flake paint is a staple in the custom painting world. The problem has always been the tons of extra work involved when painting with standard sized flakes. In most of the older flake jobs, the amount of extra knockdown and sanding involved with doing the overall paint job makes metal flake the lesser desirable option when using custom paint. We have seen some metal flake paint jobs that were such a disaster because the flakes were too large to go around the edges of doors, hoods, etc. The fact of the matter is that painters can still get big sparkle out of small flakes, so we choose to sell mainly the smallest metal flake, although we can get larger flake sizes for those who insist upon larger flakes. See our user’s pictures for a good idea of what these beautiful flakes can do for your custom paint job. Our flakes are so small, they give perfect coverage to even the smallest edges you can find in any applications. We order flakes in the .004″ size (that’s 4 thousandths of an inch). Visit our FAQ page for more answers to your questions, or contact us, we are always ready to answer questions.
Not only are all of our Metal flakes completely compatible with plasti dip, we were the first to supply the dip companies with 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.
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