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    I've always found Tremclad Flat Black very useful. It sticks to just about everything. I've used it on enlarging easels, darkroom walls adjacent to the enlarger and even an old chrome Star D tripod.

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    Krylon make a spray paint, its under their Camo line, I've used the black along with other colours when spray painting one of my rifles and its very flat. I think its SKU 4290.

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    Flat black. Get it from an auto shop or hardware store. You do NOT need a proprietary manufacturer's internal pain or flocking material. Many pinhole, panorama and LF home-made cameras have been treated with plain ol' flat black.
    Not matte black. Not semi-gloss black, not low-sheen...not even pot belly black. Flat black.
    Contact self adhesive flocking is fine.
    .::Gary Rowan Higgins

    A comfort zone is a wonderful place. But nothing ever grows there.
    —Anon.






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