After my recent experience with DullCoat "flat" not being at all flat. I grabbed some various spray bombs and did a comparison. I compared Dullcoat, Tamiya Clear Flat, Rustoleum Clear-Matte, and Krylon ColorMaster Crystal Clear. I know many swear by airbrush brands, but i wanted something quick, which used to be Dullcoat. I know there are many other options, but i had these on hand. I sprayed a high gloss blue as my test piece. Don't ask my why the pics are sideways. They're oriented correctly on my phone, and on flickr. First up is Dullcoat. So, the first can basically sprayed gloss .. like they packaged the wrong can or something. Yep, I shook it up for a good long time. So I tried another can. The results are here. Eh, still too glossy for my taste. Next we have Tamiya TS-80 clear flat. Much better than the Dullcoat, it also sprays a much finer, um, spray. Third is Rustoleum UltraCover Matte Clear, well not really. 'bout as flat as Beyoncé. And, the best for last, Krylon ColorMaster Crystal Clear. We have a winner! Nice 'n flat, like Natalie Portman. Just for grins, here's Tamiya(L) with Kryon(R). Why is the orientation correct on this one, eh?? There ya have it. Go out and git yourself a Krylon ColorMaster Crystal Clear bomb for all your dulling needs. I made a video too because, well, because.