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MilSpray Introduces Spot Shot for Vehicle Paint Damage

May 31, 2013  | 

Photo via MilSpray.
Photo via MilSpray.
MilSpray has introduced its single component CARC Spot Shot spray bottle to touch up scratches and repair other minor paint damage on police vehicles, according to the company.

The Spot Shot relies on fluid pressure to generate spray from a manual pump to create a mist of paint rather than an aerosol spray applicator. It can apply paint to CARC coatings—highly engineered paints matching the appearance of nature often used in the military. CARC coatings also help hinder detection of a vehicle by infrared instruments. A scratch can alter the IR signature, making the vehicle detectable, according to the company.

Tags: Vehicle Maintenance, Military-related

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