International japlac high gloss enamel 400ml spray and 250ml tin poundland
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International japlac high gloss enamel 400ml spray and 250ml tin poundland

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Found 21st Apr 2014
Just bought a few of these in Poundland, they had pastel shades in the spray tins and a fair few assorted colours including metallics in the tins. These normally retail for £7+ and £2.50+ each, respectively.

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cheers op, will check it out when I next pass.

Banned

Heat from me

wat are these for?

"ideal for hobbies and crafts"

Used to use the Japlac high gloss black to spray our shoes and boots in the RN when in training......saved hours and hours of spit and polishing :-D

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steevieboy4u

Used to use the Japlac high gloss black to spray our shoes and boots in … Used to use the Japlac high gloss black to spray our shoes and boots in the RN when in training......saved hours and hours of spit and polishing :-D



Cheat! My brothers used Johnsons clear floor polish

Are these good for radiators?

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montana78

Are these good for radiators?


Only if you never ever turn them on

wat are these for?

It's paint.

It's actually reasonable quality general purpose gloss. Used to be a very popular product for painting boats many years ago before they developed better stuff for that. Use it on your gates, garage doors,, or if you prefer, for tagging etc...

How much are they? ;-)

We use these to customise our nerf guns, my 6 year old loves them, latest one was a "zombie apocalyse" stryfe and looked awesome even if I say so myself.

None in stock in our 2 local branches, but a good deal if you can find them.

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Blueandy99

We use these to customise our nerf guns, my 6 year old loves them, latest … We use these to customise our nerf guns, my 6 year old loves them, latest one was a "zombie apocalyse" stryfe and looked awesome even if I say so myself.



Mate what a lightbulb moment! That's this weekend taken care of :0

paleface

Cheat! My brothers used Johnsons clear floor polish



Amateurs

Thats the old way, the trouble with doing it with 'clear' if it rains it goes all cloudy and it also has to be put on with a cloth so you get a line...... unlike this where you spray it on so blends better and looks more natural. This is what all the GI's use
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