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It's enamel based I believe, it isn't particularly flexible, it's very thick & gloopy & is generally more expensive than a standard acrylic/nitro/poly based paint. I'd personally go for standard car paints, if you're after a satin finish then paint & laquer as usual but don't take the finish to the final buffing stage.

Maybe someone has had some success with hammerite but as I recall most posts concerning it are regarding problems.

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