Pintyplus BASIC acrylic metallic effect spray paint

Pintyplus acrylic spray paint with a high metallic effect is recommended for decorative use.

Applications:

Suitable for use on metal, wood, stone, cardboard and other materials. Useful for refurbishments and any kind of objects on which you wish to obtain a metallic effect.

Technical characteristics:

  • Spreading 270/200ml = 0,6 m2. 520/400ml = 1,2 m2
  • Drying time in 5 minutes, total drying in 10 minutes.
  • Repainted after 5 minutes.

How to apply the metallic effect paint

The surface to be painted must be clean, dry and free of any contaminants.

Shake the can vigorously during 1 minute after the mixing balls sound. Spray from a distance of 25/30 cm, applying thin and quick layers, first horizontally and then vertically. It is advisable to spray two thin layers instead of one thick layer in order to obtain uniform coverage and avoid paint sags. Once the operation is completed reverse the can and push the nozzle until only gas comes out in order to prevent nozzle clogging.

Do not use on devices connected to the power grid and apply in ventilated areas.

Recommendations for use of the metallic effect Pintyplus

To achieve a perfect anchorage and protection, treat the surface with our Pintyplus Ferric Primer spray or our Pintyplus Universal Primer.

For maximum fluorescence, we recommend previously applying a layer of Pintyplus Universal Primer giving two thin layers and allow dry before applying the chosen color.

On painted surfaces, if properly adhered proceed with a light sanding to facilitate adherence, and if poorly adhered, remove it.

To facilitate cleaning of the surface of paint residues, we recommend using the Greenox Paint Stripper.

Test prior to use on a sample or fragment of the field to be used to prevent incompatibilities.

Start and finish spraying outside the limits of the work.

Do not use on devices connected to the electrical network and apply in ventilated areas.

Once empty, the spray must be deposited in the yellow container.

Colors

 

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