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  1. I picked up some Ferodore (Thanks Camber) to redo my track racing surface for the third & hopefully final time.. Due to my track being out under carport, its constantly hit with the dusty conditions the road can offer,,, So plan is to aply the ferrodore by roller giving me a surface a litle more coarse than ninco & SCX combined.. Ferodore is the Black type and I'm hopin that I could change the shade of the paint OR surface for diferent parts of the track. 1st Q. is can I change the black ferodore to a concrete looking colour??? 2nd Q. knowing the above mentioned could lead to paint wastage,,, Would it be easier to cover the laid Black ferodre in a colour to liking,,knowowing that the tips of the rough surface would eventually wear back to black,,, though this could be a good look... I've prolly aswered my own Q. ..... though has anyone tried or played with above???
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