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Post  Brian on Mon Dec 07, 2015 7:27 pm

Testirs dullcote, does it come in a blue spray can?

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Post  squalie on Mon Dec 07, 2015 8:20 pm

It's a little can, white label I think (or light grey).

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Post  Brian on Mon Dec 07, 2015 8:21 pm

Ok thank you

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Post  ScottRadom on Mon Dec 07, 2015 10:45 pm

As a hint, it says TESTORS DULLCOTE right on it. You could check out this link as well...

http://raveninghordes.forumakers.com/t1865-testors-dullcote-for-sale

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Post  Brian on Mon Dec 07, 2015 10:49 pm

Yea but I never go up to saskatoon and you are selling it for almost the same price micheals is

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Post  squalie on Tue Dec 08, 2015 7:34 am

I am absolutely amazed that people like you live on their own. It's baffling as to how you've survived for so long? Suspect

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Post  Brian on Tue Dec 08, 2015 7:39 am

Why is that?

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Post  squalie on Tue Dec 08, 2015 7:43 am

Let's just say I made a joke and we'll move on....


...and how in the hell do people respond so fast? It's creepy.

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Post  Brian on Tue Dec 08, 2015 7:49 am

My phone sends me notifications

Also I wasn't trying to be rude, if I was right beside scott right now I would buy his testors but to go through all the trouble of having someone pick it up to save a buck or 2 isn't worth it because I will probably be in Regina with my mother in the next few days. Also I think there are a few flat sprays testors sells and Iwanted to know what one is best for this hobby.

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Post  Kal on Tue Dec 08, 2015 1:40 pm

@Don: i don't get it... People cant live on their own without access to slightly discounted dullcoat?... I live on my own and ive never even bought a single can off Scott, not even once! #breakingalltherules

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Post  ScottRadom on Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:07 pm

I am going to go out on a limb here and suggest Don was referring to the question that needed to be asked... Does testor's Dullcote come in a blue can?

This question is baffling in it's irrelevance. One would hope if you're going to buy it off the shelf or off the web that You would read the label as opposed to hoping the particular blue can you picked up contained dullcote.

It has nothing to do with who or where get's you your product. It's just a really, really, really odd question.

I am wondering what the hell the can colour question was even about? I also found it odd that the question was under the "Hobby Rescource" heading like this was some real 411 that needed to be dropped on the community at large.

A community page like this does in fact live and die based on it's activity and frequency of posts. However, don't you guys feel at times that your pal and mine Google would give you the information quicker, more conveniently, and without relying on other people to spoon feed you info?

Just a question, post away! I know I am under no obligation to reply when I see questions like what colour can does dullcote come in but it IS easy to see why it may dumbfound people that such a question is even asked.

So... maybe I'm wrong... was there a reason to see what colour can dullcote comes in?

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Post  Brian on Tue Dec 08, 2015 7:09 pm

ScottRadom wrote:I am going to go out on a limb here and suggest Don was referring to the question that needed to be asked... Does testor's Dullcote come in a blue can?

This question is baffling in it's irrelevance.  One would hope if you're going to buy it off the shelf or off the web that You would read the label as opposed to hoping the particular blue can you picked up contained dullcote.

It has nothing to do with who or where get's you your product.  It's just a really, really, really odd question.

I am wondering what the hell the can colour question was even about?  I also found it odd that the question was under the "Hobby Rescource" heading like this was some real 411 that needed to be dropped on the community at large.

A community page like this does in fact live and die based on it's activity and frequency of posts.  However, don't you guys feel at times that your pal and mine Google would give you the information quicker, more conveniently, and without relying on other people to spoon feed you info?

Just a question, post away!  I know I am under no obligation to reply when I see questions like what colour can does dullcote come in but it IS easy to see why it may dumbfound people that such a question is even asked.

So... maybe I'm wrong... was there a reason to see what colour can dullcote comes in?



I imagine that they are both the same but I wanted to double check before I spent some money. Obviously I was wrong to do so, so I am sorry that I wasted everyones time.

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Post  ScottRadom on Tue Dec 08, 2015 8:13 pm

See, THAT'S a good question, and not at all what you asked.

So as google told you and you probably already knew Dullcote does indeed come in a blue can.  There are several different packages for it from the blue to a white can to a black labelled can (that says testor's model master on it as part of that range) and as far as I know it is ALL interchangeable.  I've used can's from all three ranges and never found a difference.

The only thing I know you need to watch out for is the stuff packaged for sale in Europe.  If you ever do any over seas mail order the EU has tougher enviro laws and I think a few key ingredients are missing or altered and make that stuff real shitty.

Remember, when you ask a question of fine folks around the world make sure you are asking a good question, then you improve the chances of getting a good answer.  Just take this informative Q and A session where Dan Maloney asks an Excellent, Excellent question...


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