Model # KC-MYC-300

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Alsa Refinish 12 oz. Mystic Burning Ice Killer Cans Spray Paint
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Alsa Refinish

12 oz. Mystic Burning Ice Killer Cans Spray Paint

$27.44 /each

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Alsa’s Mystic Burning Ice chameleon-like paint is made of a very fine color shifting additive that produces flip flop colors. A bit metallic pearl in appearance, these magnificent colors will change dramatically when put over different colored base coats. We recommend Alsa base coats, but you may use any high quality base coat. Alsa’s Mystic paints all use a very fine pigment, for a smooth subtle color shift. (Compare this to Alsa’s SpectraFX pigment, which uses a larger particle size and gives a more sparkly appearance.) Generally sprayed over a black base coat for the most dramatic color shift. This pigment will result in a wide variety of looks when applied over different base coats. Experiment and be creative. This is your time to explore. This paint should be finished with a clear coat for added protection and a deep, water- wet, high gloss look. We recommend Alsa's MirraClear (part number KC-MCLR). Matte top coats, such as Alsa’s Soft Touch coating, make the color shift more subtle.

  • Made with the finest chameleon additive
  • Extremely small particle size, allowing more dramatic color shift
  • Mixed with an automotive grade color blender (needs top coat for durability)
  • Wide variety of looks available, depending on color of base coat
  • Can be used with Alsa’s One Shot Candies over the top for many interesting effects
  • Rarely available to the public
  • Specialty paint collection
  • Extremely high pigment levels for most dramatic effect possible
  • Advanced UV protection for long lasting color
  • Standard finish is matte
  • Gloss effect; as seen in images, is produced after applying alsa mirraclear (part number KC-MCLR)

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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by could use better instructions but still a great product make sure that you use over dark paint or effect will not work and make sure it doesn't run December 10, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by color darker than pic The color is beautiful, don't get me wrong. It's just that based on the web pic, I was expecting more of a light-aqua-to-lavender-purple color shift. This color is more of a medium-purple-to-teal color shift. Matte finish, don't forget the clearcoat if you want gloss. March 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful color Easy to apply. Gorgeous and unusual color. I wish I could paint my house this collor, that's how beautiful it is! January 6, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Darker than pictured. I used the Jet Black base paint and MirraClear finish with this product as recommended by manufacturer. The colors came out much darker than pictured on this site, not pastel at all. More a dark "orchidy" purple and forest green. The colors did match the plastic sample enclosed with the paint exactly. I did not use this on a car so can make no recommendations for or against for that purpose except not to use without some type of spray attachment. The Jet Black base paint and the Mystic Burning Ice cans I got sputtered a lot, and you can't adjust the size or angle of spray. I wound up having to redo a couple times because of the sputtering and used up more of the paint than I thought I would need. The instructions say you can reduce the Mystic Burning Ice to make it go farther. The MirraClear clear coat spray did not sputter much at all. I used this to paint a wooden touristy mask and bent metal fence post and made a dragon. The paint worked best on the wood mask because it was much smoother than the fence post. The color changes depending on the angle of light and how much light there is. Tried to upload photos but this site kept timing out on me. I posted them on a Pinterest board. Search Junk in the Yard on that site if you're interested. You can compare the dragon to another post I did using just Rustoleum. The dragon did come out much shinier and polished looking. June 3, 2014
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