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    Non-Shiny Spray Paint Sealer

    Ok guys, I have painted both a metal and plastic object with krylon fusion, and it sticks great, but i am going to have a problem with scratches, so im looking for some sort of spray-on sealer, but it cannot be a shiny sealer...

    do they make a "dull" sealer?
    Debating on installing a carpc in my Jeep.....

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    Krylon makes a "Satin" clear.
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    I've had good luck with bumper and trim paint. So far it's been very rugged
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    u want a matt clear finish
    matt meaning dull

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    matt....that's me
    matte...flat
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