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Red and Yellow Coatings for Neon Sign Repair

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I have been searching the web to no avail for red and yellow paint used to paint tubes for signs. Many beer signs seem to use this paint and I am basically on my last drops of red paint I got from the previous owner. I'm pretty sure its still being made as I think I saw it on a couple newer Chinese signs. and help or direction would be greatly appreciated. If you have some to sell I'll definitely be open to that as well.  

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I see that you don't have any replies.  I'm not sure if this would help any, but I used to use Grip-Flex translucent paint, originally used to spray paint plastic sign faces.  It had to be sprayed on, a brush coating would not look good.  Also, it dried with a flat sheen.  But, it was handy for getting some odd colors if you had to use this method.  Seemed to adhere to the glass just fine, never chipped or peeled.  Depth of color adjusted by number of coats applied.  Might work for you, might not - good luck.



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Sure thing! For repairing neon light signs, red and yellow coatings are essential for restoring that vibrant glow. They help maintain the color integrity and ensure the sign catches the eye. It's amazing how a simple repair can breathe new life into these iconic fixtures of urban landscapes.

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