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I sprayed an equal test shot of Krylon and Plasti-Kote Ford Blue engine enamel (the color for 260 V8 valve covers and air cleaner) next to eachother. I gave them a couple days to dry, and they appear dead even to me, so my verdict will be to stay with the Krylon instead of switching to Plasti-Kote.

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Yeh, did you subject the test to many different degrees of temperature and humidity? Does each paint seem to bend and flex as well as the other when it is dry? J/k, good to see they match up.. Thanks for the info!

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