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· Official Curmudgeon
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I used to work for Waterloo Industries at a plant that made toolboxes, most of the top lines came from
there, Craftsman being one of the best known. They painted one line with a crinkle texture. The paint
was an air dry paint mixed with an oven dry paint. The air dry would be partially cured by the time it
reached the oven and would cause the textured effect when it was baked. I did find an air dry crinkle
paint in Krylon a few years back which I used on my side nerf bars, but I cant find it anymore. It did a
similar thing using the heat of the sun to cause the crinkle. If you used it in the shade or on a cool
cloudy day, it did not produce the texture. If you ever find something you like, buy a lifetime supply.

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