Randolph enamel paints are for primed metal or composites only! Enamels were formulated for painting components of fabric-covered aircraft like cowlings and fairings. They come in colors that match their butyrate counterparts, but they have higher gloss and depth. Remember that this is the way all the production vintage aircraft of the ‘30s and ‘40s looked: satin-finished dope fabric surfaces and shiny metal parts. Enamel is a different product from dope; they don’t look the same side by side, but then again, they didn’t in 1946 either. Don’t use enamel on steel tube frames or on parts that will be exposed to fabric cements or dope which will wrinkle enamel. DO NOT USE ENAMEL ON FABRIC! It is far too brittle and will crack in short order.
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