DULUX Metalshield QD Enamel Spraypak

Code: 889-Line

A fast dry spraypak coating that can be applied to new bare steel, wrought iron and pre-painted surfaces. It is ideal for the application of detailed and hard to reach areas such as steel brackets, lacework and garden furniture.

Features

  • High gloss finish
  • Rapid dry
  • Excellent coverage

Benefits

  • No primer required over new bare steel, wrought iron or pre-painted metal surfaces
  • Ideal for detailed and hard to reach areas
  • Convenient spraypak application

Application

Can-spray

Surface Preparation

NOTE: Ensure the surface has thoroughly dried prior to application. PRE-PAINTED METAL SURFACES: Scrape off all loose and flaking paint. Sand all surfaces to a flat finish. Dust off. If previously painted surface is in good condition than no primer is required. Treat any bare metal as below. AGED/LIGHTLY RUSTED SURFACES: Remove any rust by scraping, sanding or wire brushing. Wipe surface with Metalshield Brush Thinner to remove any residual grease, oils and dirt. Once dry, apply 1 coat of Metalshield Etch Primer spraypak. NEW BARE STEEL/WROUGHT IRON: Wipe surface with Metalshield Brush Thinner to remove any residual grease, oils and dirt. For maximum protection apply 1 coat of Metalshield Etch Primer Spraypak first. GALVANISED IRON/ZINCALUME: Clean surface with sugar soap and a Scotch-Brite Pad to remove any grease, oils and dirt. Rinse with clean water. Once dry, apply 1 coat of Metalshield Etch Primer Spraypak. ALUMINIUM, COPPER, BRASS AND STAINLESS STEEL: Clean surface with sugar soap and a Scotch-Brite Pad to remove any grease, oils and dirt. Rinse with clean water. Once dry, apply 1 coat of Metalshield Etch Primer Spraypak.

Clean Up

Clean up with Metalshield Brush Thinner

Sizes

300g

Bases

Range of 11 colours: Pewter, Jade, Golden Tan, Sand, Harbour Blue, Black, White, Light Grey, Golden Yellow, Signal Red, Bright Silver

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