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Tak-ky green in a can

Dulux have released a couple of new colours to their rattle can range. This one caught my eye and could potentially be a close match to Takahashi green, readily available and ready to rock n roll. It is satin which is correct too.

I’ll do some experimenting and comparisons to real Tak green and report back
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Old 18-09-2020, 04:35 PM
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Old 18-09-2020, 04:45 PM
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Oui oui Pepe

Andy will use silver instead
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Careful, youíll be looking like Alexei if you inhale it.

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It's Novichok green.
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Dunno... he lost me with that sand business at the beach.
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It's Novichok green.
It's the new red.


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Old 18-09-2020, 07:34 PM
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Dulux have released a couple of new colours to their rattle can range. This one caught my eye and could potentially be a close match to Takahashi green, readily available and ready to rock n roll. It is satin which is correct too.

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Very close to the Dulux Colourbond Pale Eucalypt.
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Very close to the Dulux Colourbond Pale Eucalypt.

Actually, it's not. VERY different. I've tried Pale Eucalypt before and it's not even remotely close.


I'll do a run tomorrow. Currently cleaning up an ED80 (the old gold tube is about to become Tasco Red...)
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