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POR-15 46304 Top Coat Safety Yellow Paint 32 fl. oz., 1 quart

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Product description

Style:Liquid  |  Color:Safety Yellow  |  Size:1 quart

POR-15 Safety Yellow Top Coat is a direct-to-metal (DTM) paint designed to work incredibly well in all applications where there is a need to help preserve substrates susceptible to corrosion. POR-15 Top Coat safety colors comply with OSHA required/recommended color codes for marking physical hazards and designating caution, to include protective equipment. Under exterior exposure POR-15 Top Coat has exceptional long-term sheen and color retention. POR-15 Top Coat can be applied directly to cleaned bare metal substrates or previously painted surfaces, with no need for a primer or undercoat, and is formulated to form a robust barrier that sheds moisture to provide long-lasting protection. POR-15 Top Coat provides excellent adhesion and when used over POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating, works to provide a permanent barrier to corrosion.


From the manufacturer

Liquid Paint

Surface Preparation All surfaces must be clean and free of all dirt, loose rust, oil, grease, wax, soap, loose paint and any other matter.

Previously Painted Areas Scuff surface with 320 grit sand paper. Use POR-15 Cleaner Degreaser and POR-15 Metal Prep. Let surface dry thoroughly.

Bare Steel or Aluminum Clean and prep surface then let dry thoroughly. For ultimate protection apply POR-15 RustPreventive Coating after surface preparation and then apply POR-15 Top Coat.

Application Stir POR-15 Top Coat before and during use, DO NOT SHAKE. Using a pouring spout, dispense a portion into a separate container and seal can at once, keeping lid and grooves clean. Do not paint out of can. Apply POR-15 Top Coat in two thin covering coats.

Spray Gun: Use 25-30 lbs (170Kpa-210pa) pressure for normal gloss.

Roller Use all-purpose short nap phenolic core roller.

Dry time It cures to touch in 30-60 minutes. Second coat can be applied in 2-72 hours, depending on ambient temperature and humidity. POR-15 Top Coat can take 3-4 days to reach maximum hardness, and longer in temperatures below 55°F (15°C).

Cleanup Do not put leftover paint back into can. Clean all equipment immediately after use with POR-15 Solvent. Flush out all fluid lines and carefully clean pressure pots. Use clean solvent only. It is also good practice to periodically clean the spray tip or the fluid tip / air cap combination during the course of the working day.

Aerosol Spray

Surface Preparation All surfaces must be clean and free of all dirt, loose rust, oil, grease, wax, soap, loose paint and any other matter.

Previously Painted Areas Scuff surface with 320 grit sand paper. Use POR-15 Cleaner Degreaser and POR-15 Metal Prep. Let surface dry thoroughly.

Bare Steel or Aluminum Clean and prep surface then let dry thoroughly. For ultimate protection apply POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating after surface preparation and then apply POR-15 Top Coat.

Application Protect surrounding areas from spray mist. If being used to topcoat POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating, spray while POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating is dry to the touch with slight finger drag, normally 2 – 6 hours. If POR-15 Rust Preventive Coating has dried, wait 24 hours then lightly sand or scuff surface with pad or 320 sand paper. For best results, use when surface to be painted, spray can, and outside temperature, are between 60˚F and 90˚F (21˚C and 32˚C). Shake can at least one minute before and occasionally during use. Spray surface with steady, even strokes at a distance of 6 to 10 inches. Several light coats give a better finish than one heavy coat.

Dry time It cures to touch in 30-60 minutes. Second coat can be applied in 1-24 hours, depending on ambient temperature and humidity. POR-15 Top Coat can take 3-4 days to reach max hardness, and longer in temperatures below 55°F (15°C).

Cleanup To prevent clogs in spray nozzle, hold can upside down and spray until clear gas appears. Completely empty cans may be recycled or disposed of with regular trash. Dispose of partially empty cans responsibly. DO NOT puncture, incinerate or compact.

POR-15 46304 Top Coat Safety Yellow Paint 32 fl. oz., 1 quart

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