Originally Posted by 2door
DupliColor automotive touch up is an excellent choice. It goes on good, dries quick and comes in every color you could want. The only drawback is it is not gasoline resistant. Even the DupliColor clear will be attacked by gasoline. I use model airplane clear, such as Top Flight Lustercoat. It is resistant to anything you'll ever put in a motorized bicycle fuel tank and gives a good shiny finish to the DupliColor.
Interesting regarding the Lustercoat. Is it available at most hobby shops? I'm curious as to the durability and why it would be so, probably for the type of fuel for little planes?
Maybe wanna try to recoat my rustoleum clear with some of that. Hmmm.
Thankx for the tip