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    Ok, so I had my Bersa painted so many months ago and haven't done anything with it since. I need some way of sealing the paint so it doesn't all scrape off. It was done basically as a joke, and he did it all in spray paint. I tried to spray a sealer on it, but it isn't strong enough. Any ideas for sealing the paint so it doesn't keep scraping off? And also keeping the matt finish, if possible. Thanks!

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    The type of paint you want to seal can impact choice of sealant.

    What paint was used?


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    Find what was used to paint it with and I'll ask my brother what to seal it with. He paints cars,trucks, and boats all the time. He should know.

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    Ok, no problem. I'll ask the guy who painted it next week when he gets back from vacation.

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    I know S&W was having a problem with their clear coatings on there Ti guns. It seems some of the cleaning products was getting under them and causing them to loosen up and come off. Just a thought. Good luck.

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