Yellow Gold Red Purple Colorshift Paint Pigment 4759OR
One bag of our Ghost Chameleon Pearls treats one mixed quart of clear, full color change in 2-3 coats! Safe for Powder coating too! Always use a black base color. One of the best things about our 4759, 4769, and 4779 series (White) chameleon pigments is that they are a transparent particle and can be sprayed over other colors.
Try this in epoxy resin, polishes, sealers or other coatings for a great custom effect!
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Our 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 custom chameleon paint pigments are truly easy to mix and spray to create your own custom paint job or 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. Yellow Gold Red Purple Colorshift Paint Pigment 4759OR for a truly expensive looking custom paint job. Don’t forget to watch the above video for a great idea of the color change of this incredible chameleon pearl paint.
Not only do all of our Chameleon Pearls work great in liquid wrap or other coatings, we were the first company to supply the coatings community with its pearls and pigments.
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All of our products can be used in dip or other coatings, we were the first company to supply the dip community with pigments. If you have any reservations about whether our products work in dip or other coatings, you should know that we were the pioneers who introduced Plasti Dip Pearls to the world.
For years we have been selling metallic paint pigments, pearl pigment, candy paint, and Temperature Changing Paint for your custom paint jobs.
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