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Camouflage Paint

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Nelson Camouflage Paint is an alkyd modified polyurethane equipment enamel which can be used on a multitude of surfaces. Our paint will hold up to the elements as well as set up and tear down. 6 colors to choose from, custom colors also available. 100 square feet per quart.

Nelson Camouflage Paint can be used on newly primed metals, older but clean painted surfaces (do a patch test for adhesion check), primed wood, fiberglass, cement, cinder block and brick. Use it on machinery and equipment, deer blinds, and older non-commissioned military vehicles, ice shacks, paintball blinds, wherever you want a camouflage effect.

Camouflage Paint
Preval Spray Gun Unit
Preval Spray Gun Unit
Price: $4.99
3.3 Gal Pail w/ lid
3.3 Gal Pail w/ lid
Price: $0.25

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Nelson Paint is able to supply the outdoorsman and hunter with flat woodland-related colors to effectively camouflage anything used in the outdoors. Choose from a wide array of non-reflective colors to allow structures, vehicles, and other equipment to blend in with the natural colors of the surrounding terrain.

The object of camouflage paint is to break up the outline of an object in order to make it harder to see. It is not hard to arrive at a pattern that will accomplish this. All one needs is several sheets of thin cardboard and a razor knife.

Random patterns are drawn on the cardboard and then cut out with the razor knife. Each piece of cardboard will have holes cut for the different colors of paint used to get the correct number of irregular patterns.

A base color may be applied on the object to be camouflaged. The cardboard pattern can then be set on the object and the different colors brushed or sprayed. Work in stages, depending on how many colors are being used.

Another method is to use low-tack sticky-backed paper. The base coat color is put on first. The adhesive paper is then applied over this coat after having random shapes cut into it. The next color of paint is brushed or sprayed on the item and after it dries, the paper is carefully peeled off , leaving some of the base color showing. Again, work in stages, depending on the number of colors used. Use your imagination, but strive for variety.