How to Paint Candy Apple Colors?

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Candy apple paints are bright coloured paints (often with metal flakes) with a transparent clear coat. In order for you to paint candy apple colours, first mix one gallon of red paint with six ounces of black paint. Then, add four ounces of pearlescent mineral powder to the mixed paint and stir it in vigorously for about two minutes. Allow the paint to settle for about five minutes and then check for smooth consistency while mixing the paint and shaking thoroughly for about two minutes. Finally, apply the paint using an airbrush or paint spray gun for best results.
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