Help - Need a Can of Perfect Paint - Cream #PM 07

I am trying to repair my damaged PBY and my last can of the underside color
has dried up. Any help appreciated.
tomminger at volcano dot net
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Tom Minger
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Don't know where to get Perfect paint...but try a spray can of Rustoleum cream...it is an almost perfect match for Monokote cream... The stuff is kinda slow drying but totally fuel proof. Doesn't Tower carry Perfect Paint? Frank Schwartz
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Frank Schwartz
Perfect Paint has not been sold as such for some time. Horizon (who was their distributor) now sells it as "Ultracoat Paint" in spray cans only. The problem is that the cream color is no longer available, even though the Ultracoat film itself is still available in cream. I was hoping someone would have a can (or partial can) sitting in their shop they would part with. I have a lot of the Perfect Paint cammo stuff, but the cream was one of their "regular" colors. I will go for a paint shop match if I can't find the real stuff somewhere.
Tom
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Tom Minger
LustreKote spray has cream. I bought a can last month and it matched the cream MonoKote nicely.
Dave
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dbac
As I said before...try Rustoleum Cream...it matches Monokote. Anybody listening? Frank
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Frank Schwartz
Yep. Thanks, Frank.
Ed Cregger
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Ed Cregger
On Sat, 14 Oct 2006 00:45:00 -0500, Frank Schwartz wrote in :
I think the OP is trying to match Ultracoat, not Monokote.
I don't know how the two colors are related.
Marty
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Martin X. Moleski, SJ
Actually, I am trying to match a airplane that was painted with Perfect Paint #PM 07. No Ultracoat, Monokote, etc involved.
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Tom Minger
On Sat, 14 Oct 2006 08:56:21 -0700, "Tom Minger" wrote in :
DOH.
My bad.
Mabe the Rustoleum will work for you.
Marty
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Martin X. Moleski, SJ
What are you using as a thinner for the rustoleum? Doc Ferguson
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Doc Ferguson
Hmmm...that depends...I use it full strength when brushing it in an engine compartment. In the spray cans, it is, of course, not thinned. I am not sure how it is thinned, but the information on the can of brush on should tell you. The stuff is slow drying, I should add... Frank
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Frank Schwartz

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