Eastwood Powder Coat - Translucent Teal
Eastwood Powder Coat Translucent Teal
Eastwood Powder Coat Translucent Teal - EW16047LB
Create a one-of-a-kind custom candy finish with Eastwood Translucent Teal Powder!
▶ Cure Time: 20 Minutes @ 400℉ (actual surface temperature)
▶ 100% Virgin Powder
▶ Gloss Level: High - 80%+ at 60 Degrees
▶ Powder Type: Polyester TGIC
▶ Storage: <80℉, well ventilated, <60% humidity
This durable translucent top coat acts as a colored tint for your base powder or bare substrate. Apply alone as a single stage, over chrome powder to create brilliant teal chrome, or over any other metallic or textured base powder for a dramatic candy finish! When applied over a bright white powder, Translucent Teal will appear as a bright fluorescent teal.
Split image shows left side over white base and right side over chrome base.
CLEAN - Thoroughly strip and clean your metal part before coating. We recommend Eastwood Pre Painting Prep.
CURE - Cure the part in an electric oven for recommended time. NEVER use an oven that is used for food.
Color: Translucent Teal
Finish: High Gloss
Gloss Level: 80+ at 60 Degrees
Powder Type: Polyester TGIC
Cure Time: 20 Minutes at 400℉ (Actual Substrate Temperature)
Coverage: 1 pound of powder = approximately 20 square feet
When applying powder always apply it in a well ventilated area away from heat sparks and open flame. Always use a respirator rated for dust while applying powder. Always store powders in cool (less than 80 degrees Fahrenheit) dry (60 percent or less humidity) well ventilated area away from heat sparks and open flame.
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