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Engine Bay Enamel - Custom Colour

Engine Bay Enamel - Custom Colour

High quality primer-finish achieving good oil, grease and corrosion resistance

Prices Range From £15.90 - £25.94

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Overview

Engine Bay Paint is a high quality single- coat finish achieving a 30% satin sheen level. It is hardwearing and resistant to oil and grease, making it the perfect paint for engine bays, bilges and working areas. It offers superb corrosion resistance, outstanding moisture resistance and fast drying properties even in poor conditions.

FEATURES

  • Primer-finish

  • Hardwearing

  • Oil-resistance

  • Outstanding early moisture resistance

  • Reduced odour

Application:

Brush, Spray

Coverage:

6m² per litre

Number of Coats:

1-2 coats

Drying Times @ 20°C

Touch Dry:

 

2 hours

Technical Info

Viscosity @ 20°C:

200 mPas

VOC Content:

420g/l

Usage

PREPARATION

Use Symphony Narrowboat Engine Bay Paint over a wide variety of surfaces that have been suitably abraded.. Remove loose or blistered paint and flat down existing surfaces with 180-240 Grit sanding. Remove sanding dust by wiping with a tack cloth. All surfaces must be sound, clean, dry and free from dust, grease or any other surface contaminants before application.

APPLICATION

Stir well prior to use. If brushing, apply one coat RFU (Ready For Use) to a DFT of 110 microns (+/- 5 microns). Apply evenly in small sections by using a Synthetic Brush. If spraying, 20% Thinner 2621 and first light coat to a DFT of 60 microns. Leave to dry for a minimum of 15 minutes before application of the second coat to a DFT of 60 microns. Minimum Total DFT after one coat painting of two coats spraying should be 110 microns. Avoid cold, damp or high humidity conditions. Hard dry in 24 hours and fully cured after 7 days.

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