Parma PSE FasBlack Faskolor Lexan Body Paint (2oz) [PAR40001]
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justin neruda - Rating: Verified Owner
Tuesday, August 09, 2011
THIS PAINT RULES!!!! and no I do not work for parma. I paint rc bodies professionally and this is the paint. I paint all brands, Proline, jconcepts, traxxas, team, ect. and it bonds with all. The paint outlasts the body. I have tried other paints and this paint has all them beat. What I love about the paint is its very workable. Its dry time is very fast. By the time I change colors its dry. So no in between color down time. Also it doesn't have that rubbery feel that some water based lexan pain[More…]
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
Keith Strmiska - Rating:
Monday, January 31, 2011
I have bookshelves of Airbrush paint, and this paint is the best working with the least hassle. The colors are great, not having to thin the mixture is also a plus. I don't understand why paint would get a bad review... I've painted not only for myself, but for friends and customers and they all ask me what paint I use. I spray this, let it dry overnight, back it with a white coat and after that dries I use duct tape to protect the rub spots on the body (sides/body-mounts/exhaust etc...) I've ye[More…]
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
matthew Haddock - Rating:
Friday, March 30, 2007
Parmas claim that their paint "actually becomes part of the body" is completely false. To become a part of the body there has to be some sort of bond and if you can wash it off with water then no bond has occurred. I realize that it is a water base paint, but there are other water base paints (in other industries) that can hold up to harsher solvents than water after they cure.
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Marshall Patten - Rating: Verified Owner
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Faskolor is great if you use it right. Always back your paintjob with a spray enamel for protection. I use rustoleum grey gloss enamel from a spray can. I have painted dozes of bodies for people and nobody complains about the paint lasting, the paint lasts longer than the lexan shell that it's sprayed on. No backer, no protection....this is why people have issues... parmas website even recommends backing the paint, read and follow instructions before bashing an amazing product. I use an Iwata HP[More…]
Ernando F J Oliveira - Rating:
Sunday, January 20, 2013
I have a very new nitro mugen mrx5, removed from the box, and I needed paint a wonderful lexan rc body. I followed all the directions and i used correctly all products indicated by PARMA to prepare the ink and the surface and failed. Parma has beautiful colors, but the adherence of all Parma FASKOLOR inks to the rc body lexan is very, very, very bad. with your fingernail you easy can scratch your paint lexan rc body. is easy removed with water. I threw in the trash money buying 19 different colo[More…]
PETE HUTSON - Rating: Verified Owner
Sunday, November 21, 2010
hate this paint prepared the surface as best as i can paint peals right off water base sucks sorry parma
Don Garrison - Rating:
Monday, November 01, 2010
This is great paint. I have painted many bodies with this paint .
lance heidmann - Rating: Verified Owner
Friday, March 30, 2007
This is great paint. I have painted many bodies with this paint for pro and club racers and it works great and is very durable. come on? Everyone know's faskolor is one of the best paints for lexan bodies.
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
Piotr Stec - Rating:
Sunday, August 14, 2011
These paints are great if you want to hang your car on the wall and admire your paint job. It is just not durable enough to be used on a track. It scratches on easiest touch and dissolves in water if you try to wash your body shell. Modern water based paints do not behave this way. I am highly disappointed with it.
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Rafal Balcerzak - Rating:
Thursday, June 02, 2011
Very easy to apply as it's water based. Easy to clean, easy to test etc... just easy. But it won't become part of the body. So far I tried 16 colors on 4 different lexan bodies. Without backing paint with alu-tape afterward there's no chance to not loose it. Even water can wash it of. BTW: I know how to prepare body shell, how to paint and how to treat lexan. You will never have any problems with bond between lexan and paint if use Pectra. However I'll stick to crappy Parma anyway cause it's so [More…]