Mouse House Enterprises, Australia
Mouse Armour Paint - (Check catalogue for prices)
Mouse Armour paint is a locally manufactured paint for the painting of Australian Military vehicles post 1960. The paint is an oil based enamel paint and comes in 14ml tinlets. The paint is either matt or semi gloss as appropriate. The paint should be thinned by using general purpose thinners (this does NOT mean turps - rather it means thinners such as lacquer thinners) available at most hardware stores. The paint is a quick dry formula and will dry within 20 minutes.
The colours are matched to actual PROTEC paint samples as currently used on Australian military vehicles (2016).
Other relevant Sentinel pages - Camouflage
|MAP01- Olive Drab lustreless 7560/ADE(M)-146-1/1||Matt enamel paint - First
introduced in about 1965 it was used on all Centurions, M113A1 Family of
Vehicles in Vietnam and after the vehicles return to Australia.
Post Vietnam it was used on most military vehicles as an overall cover paint.
|MAP02 - Brown FS30219||Matt enamel paint - Used when Australian
Military vehicles went over to three tone camouflage in the 1993 and is
used currently on ASLAVs, Bushmaster, M113AS4 FOVs and Abrams tanks
|MAP03 - Black FS37038||
Matt enamel paint - Used when Australian Military
vehicles went over to three tone camouflage in the 1993 and is used
currently on ASLAVs, Bushmaster, M113AS4 FOVs and Abrams tanks
|MAP04 - Seafoam Green FS24533||
Semi gloss enamel paint - the colour for the interior of
most Australian M113A1 family of vehicles and most of the US produced
M113A1s (over 80,000 and counting) sold world wide.
|MAP05 - OZCAM 3 Pack / DPP Camouflage Pack.||
This is a combination of the Australian Camouflage
colours MAP01 + MAP02 + MAP03 in one pack to paint current disruptive paint patterns.
The instructions include paint patterns for Abrams / Leopards / ASLAV family
The paints are also used for Bushmaster and M113AS4 family of vehicles.
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Paint review by Adam Lehmann
Mouse Armour Paint - Material Safety Data Sheet
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