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The Halfords Ford 'Electric Orange' car spray paint - Ford manufacturer's code: 7 & 6FSE.
 
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I used this to paint my sons BMX, Nice colour paint, but you need to ensure that you have a good base of white primer underneath first, then build up several coats. Lastly ensure you wet sand with a fine paper I used halfords 1500 grit, then wash down and dry, then lacquer over the top. Very easy to work with, did not clog or splutter, but does not last long so ensure you have orderded a few tins, as this is not always in store stock.
I recommend this product!
I like:nice paint colour
I don't like as much:contents of tin do not last long
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The Halfords Ford 'Electric Orange' car spray paint - Ford manufacturer's code: 7 & 6FSE.
 

Can this be used on wood?

I would assume so, but I would make sure you have a very good white base primer first. It hs stuck to the wooden workbench that I used whilst spraying my sons bike.
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