20-1678 Seymour PBE Professional Trim Spray Paint, Flat Black (15 oz.)Product Line: PBE SKU: 20-1678
Trim paint is formulated using an acrylic resin that resists fading from ultraviolet light and degradation from chemicals. Spray like a professional without the equipment, prep time, cleanup, or waste. Several light coats produce a better finish than one heavy coat. A heavy coat applied over an enamel may cause lifting. Bare surfaces or rusted metal surfaces should first be primed with the PBE sandable primers. Large spray head gives a professional looking application. Heat resistant up to 250˚F. Comes in a can, sprays like a gun.
- Ideal for body panels, engine parts, metal structures, aviation parts, heavy machinery and more.
- Dry times: (5 minutes to touch), (15 minutes to topcoat)
- Resists fading from ultraviolet light & degradation from chemicals
- Comes in a can, sprays like a gun
- Heat resistant up to 250˚F
|Container Size:||20 OZ|
|Net Fill Wt. OZ:||15|
|Net Fill Wt. G:||425|
|Prop 65 (cancer):||Yes|
|Prop 65 (repro):||Yes|
|Safety Data Sheet:||View Safety Data Sheet|
|Product Information Sheet:||View Product Information Sheet|
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Frank Tetro Jr –
I used this product on my 86 corvettes engine bay and firewall and it dried tacky. So much dust and pollen is stuck to it. Is there anything I can do to remedy this. What would make the finish stay sticky? By the way, the product laid out beautifully. It looked so beautiful. At firstâ¦
Seymour Paint –
Seymour’s 20-1679 is an acrylic lacquer and should have dried without any tackiness unless the engine bay was not properly cleaned first.
Rob C –
How to prepare trim ?
Seymour Paint –
Just a wipe down with a fast-evaporating solvent such as nail polish remover to remove any grease or contamination.