Interlux Brightside Paint?

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Anybody here have any experience with this stuff?

I know some of the roll-on car painters on the net seem to like it better than Rustoleum and it sounds like it would be tough stuff. Plus, their "Grand Banks Beige" looks like a pretty decent match to Toyota "dune beige"... at least close enough for me.
 
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I've used it on my wood kayaks, but never on a vehicle. Interlux's 2 part epoxy is much tougher than the single part epoxy. I couldn't scratch the 2 part stuff, but the single part is very soft. If you are going to spray it, watch out. It's very toxic (2 part).
 
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Single part is not very scratch resistant. Both smooth out really nice without being thinned down. Very glossy finish even with a roller and foam brush. Its about the same $$ as automotive paint though.
 

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