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Old 04-28-2012, 04:24 PM   #1
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Default Krylon Fusion or Dupli-Color?

I am going to do the Black CETA mod for my rear bumper. I don't want to do plasti-dip since its not permanent. Would you guys recommend Krylon Fusion or the Dulpi-color paint? I am leaning towards the Dupli-color since its meant to be used for this sort of thing and I would think it would be more durable and look more professional. Advice from anyone who has used either would be great. thanks
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Used both kinds of paint amd dupi color hands down for something like that,
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My Krylon CETA mod looked professional and was still brand new looking after 1.5 years of DDing (10K miles).
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