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Classic Nelson Oil Based and Water Soluble Paint in Aluminum Tubes

Classic Nelson “washable” paintballs in aluminum tubes. Perfect for keeping your paint fresh?

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Just a couple more shots of this Nelson paint that I took last month.
Not super appetizing when you see the paint separating in what is now probably a rock hard shell.

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