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Model # KC-CRZS-CR

Internet # 204414058

12 oz. Crazer Crimson Red Killer Cans Spray Paint

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$27.00 /each



Model # KC-CRZS-CR

Internet # 204414058

Alsa’s 12 oz. Crazer custom paint comes in a specially formulated spray can that delivers a fine, even spray. Our Killer cans have a high output with excellent atomization that eliminates pressure drop during application. Alsa’s Crazer bases are used to create amazing marbleized effects and vivid marble-like patterns. You can create an extremely wide variety of looks, by simply using different “texturing tools” and techniques, with common plastic wrap being the most popular. This paint can also be used to create a “brush stroke” look or even a “snakeskin” or “wood grain” type of look. The resulting pattern is totally random and no 2 applications are the same. Crazers can be used over any color of existing base coat to achieve a multitude of different effects. It is one of our most versatile paints. You can even use a Crazer paint over an existing Crazer paint, to create a multi-layered effect, with incredible depth. Alsa Crazers should be top coated with our high quality MirraClear, part number KC-MCLR for durability and a deep, water-wet gloss look. For even more variability, try using Alsa’s one shot Killer Candies as your final clear coat.

  • Very deep red
  • Standard finish/sheen is flat/matte
  • For high gloss; as seen in our photos, apply a top coat of alsa mirraclear (KC-MCLR)
  • High solids content
  • Interior, exterior use
  • Dries in as little as 5 minutes, for fast, convenient use
  • 12 oz. can will cover approximately 10 sq. ft.
  • Automotive grade urethane
  • Water resistant
  • Can be applied to a wide variety of materials
  • Specially formulated for “texturing”
  • Compatible with most base coats and clear coats
  • Advanced UV inhibitor to prevent color fading

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Container Size 
12 OZ-Ounce 
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
Application Method 
Coating Product Category 
Deep Red 
Color Family 
Reds / Pinks 
Matte Finish, for High Gloss Use Alsa MirraClear 
Dry to touch (min.) 
Mildew Resistant 
Paint Product Type 
Automotive Paint 
Paint/Stain Base Material 
Paint/Stain Clean Up 
Paint Thinner 
Paint/Stain Key Features 
Mildew Resistant,Primer Required 
Spray Paint/Stain Type 
Spray Product Type 
All Surface 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
We warranty our product against defects for a period of one year. 


Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Unique idea for your DIY project Looking for a new way to refinish furniture, I stumbled upon Alsa's range of unique spray paints that finally gives you a high end quality finish. I used the Killer Can Crazer in Crimson Red. Because I had never done this type of finish before, I did do some research for detailed instructions. I found that this wasn't as necessary as doing a practice piece was prior to doing the final project. This can get messy so ensure to wear nitrile gloves. The first step was to prime and apply the base coat. Most use black however, a white or other coordinating color would work just as well. I used Quick Dry flat black spray paint that I also purchased at Home Depot. Once you are finished applying the base coat with sufficient coverage, you apply the Crazer paint. Be aware that from this point on you must work from start to end with no breaks in the steps because of the way the paint works. Apply the Crazer with a medium wet coat. IMMEDIATELY lay down a layer of cling film and run your hands over the surface but not tight or without wrinkle. I found that it is the wrinkles in the wrap that gives a better unique pattern. Also consider the direction of the wrap placement as it will affect the outcome of the pattern. I instinctively used a left to right placement. Once I realized there were other options, I would have preferred a diagonal placement of the wrap. Now that you have laid the cling wrap immediately begin to remove the wrap. It is not necessary to do so in a quick motion. Evenly lift and peel. This is where the mess comes in as there will be paint on the cling film and it can try to attach itself to you. If you aren't completely happy you can recover and re-wrap to try again. If you do this, use new cling film for each application of paint. This is only one way to use the product. You could use just about any paint texture tecnique you like. Play with these to get even more uniquely different finishes. I used a top coat of Alsa's MirraClear which can also be purchased from January 20, 2014
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