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SprayMax, 2 Part (2K) Urethane Aerosol Clear Coat
SprayMax now offers a 2 part (2K) Urethane Aerosol Clear Coat. This 2k urethane Clear Coat spray has a much higher U.V. and weather resistance than any standard aerosol clearcoat on the market today. Contrary to standard aerosol paint technology, Spray Max uses an innovative nozzle technology in combination with a new propellant technology. Spray Max offers a higher yield, a faster spray time, and a wider more even spray pattern than your standard conventional aerosol spraycan.
Spray Max 2K Urethane Clear Coat Benefits:
- Professional paint results like a spray-gun
- No paint mixing
- No cleaning of the spray-gun
- No solvent for cleaning
- No compressor
- Less overspray
Salesman Notes: 2K SprayMax Urethane Aerosol Clear Coat works much like a conventional spraygun. It has high transfer efficiency, and great atomization. In my opinion, SprayMax 2K Clear Coat is the best clear coat in a spray can.
How to Use: First shake for 2 minutes vigorously before activating.
To activate: Simple take the red button from the cap and attach it to the pin on the bottom of the can. Put the top of the can on stable ground and push the red button firmly and press the pin into the can. Shake again for two minutes to ensure activator is thoroughly mix with clearcoat. After activated, this product will last approximately 24 hours.
Product Characteristics: Spray Max 2 part Aerosol Clear Coat has excellent adhesion to basecoat and cured lacquer and enamel finishes.
Preparation: Allow basecoat paints at least 30 minutes dry time prior to using the 2K Spray Max Urethane Aerosol Clear Coat. Apply 2-3 coats of aerosol clearcoat. Allow 5-10 minutes between coats. After allowing approximately 24 hours dry time, It may been polished by hand or machine.
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Question: Can this clearcoat be sanded and buffed?
Answer: Yes, provided you get enough clear on the surface. Usually you will want to apply at least 3 good coats of clear first then allow 24-36 hours before sanding with 1500-2500 grit wet sand paper. Then use a good quality buffing system such as 3M Perfect-It for a mirror shine.
Question: Does it work on wood surfaces such as a guitar body?
Answer: Yes, it works very well on wood surfaces. However, you will want to apply extra coats because wood tends to absorb the clear more than a metal surface will. My recommendation is to apply 3 full wet coats, allow it to fully cure (24-36 hrs) then sand flat with 800 grit and reapply 3 full wet coats.
Question: Can I use this clear coat over other spray paints?
Answer: Depends, SprayMax clear coats are generally very forgiving with what they are applied over. However, I would highly recommend a test panel prior to spraying over your whole project. Usually if you apply the paint, then after it has dried about 1 hour but not more than 3 hours is the best time to apply clear coat. If the paint surface is already fully cured, it is recommended to sand the area with 800 - 1000 grit sand paper prior to applying clear coat.
Question: Is this Spraymax clear gas proof?
Answer: Yes and No, SprayMax Clear is not gas proof but it is chemical resistant. For instance, you would not want to lay a gas soaked towel on the clearcoated surface and expect it to hold up, but it is resistant enough to repel intermittent gas exposure such as occassional spillage.
Question: Can I use this on plastic headlights?
Answer: SprayMax Clearcoat was not designed for use on plastic headlights. However, it does work very well provided the surface has been properly cleaned and sanded prior to application. I recommend final wet sanding with 800 grit sandpaper then clean using SEM 38353 Plastic & Leather Prep.
Question: I am wanting to clear coat my aluminum wheels, Can SprayMax clear coat be used for wheels?
Answer: SprayMax clear was not designed specifically for wheels. However, it can be used provided you have properly cleaned and sanded prior to application. Now with that said, there are other products on the market that are much better suited for coating wheels such as POR-15 2K Clear Topcoat (Also Known As: Glisten PC).