A scratch may look unimportant, but what a shock later on, when the surrounding paint disintegrates, and you see how far rust has spread and eaten away metal! Check your paint regularly, and put defects right at once with Belco brilliance—you’ll save pounds in the long run. Easy-to-use Belco, in a good range of modern car colours, provides a hard, brilliant, mirror-smooth protection that lasts. Result—a smarter car, better trade-in value!
See that brush? It’s in the lid, charged with paint, ready to use—can’t be lost, needs no cleaning. Keep a tin of Touch-In Belco in the garage, ready for immediate use before rust starts its deadly work! In 1/4 pint tins—5/3.
If it’s more than a touch-in job, you want Brushing Belco in the wide-mouth tins. Belco is ‘first-time-perfect’ paint: brush on quickly and freely, and brushmarks disappear. IN 1/2 AND 1/4 PINT TINS.
For the bigger jobs:—
BELCO PRIMER SURFACER
Primer and undercoat together, dry in an hour! In 1/2 and 1/4 pint tins.
BELCO RUBBING COMPOUND
The quick-cutting compound for a super-smooth finish. In 1/4 and 1-lb. tins.
BELCO CELLULOSE PUTTY
For filling dents. In 1/2 and 1-lb. tins. Ask your dealer for free instruction leaflet.
‘ STAG ‘ Brand JOINTING PASTE
For engine joints and protective sealing insist on ‘Stag’ brand—finest you can buy! Anti-corrosive, proof against petrol, oil, water. Always plastic, lasts indefinitely. HANDY ECONOMICAL TUBES AND TINLETS.
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