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NYC goon ThUgGa from NYC    Monday August 29, 2011 Asked this Question:
Subject: whitch can
Question: YO AP-if i was to buy a can of clash,beat,flame or alien,whitch can would you prefur i buy?(and if you could tell me why that would be greatful thanks)
AP Reply: WASSUP GOON THUG? It really depends on what you want to do. I like Molotow over Alien and 94 because the paint in the can dries faster, is drip resistant and much more fade resistant. I got freights that are 5-6 years old running around this country. the parts painted with Rusto and MTN are fading while that parts painted with Molotow are still very crispy. There is just no comparison. Clash and Beat are also supposed to be very fade resistant but we just haven't had them long enough to confirm how well they stack up. I am currently using them on steel right now and Im sure within the next year we will start to see some results on Flickr. As for the Flame, Molotow is sending the German pigments to the factory in Asia that makes it. So it will definitely be a much more durable paint than any of the other Asian made paints. In fact its even giving hardcore a run for its money. IDK how well it will stack up against Molotow over the years since its new. but I can confidently say that the paint in the can is a whole lot different (and better) than any other asain paint on the market. No matter how much the other suppliers lie and claim its all the same. They dont have Molotow behind their products and use cheap ingredients. Remember if we dont carry it we didn't want it!
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