20-631 Seymour Stripe 9-Series Inverted Ground Marking Paint, Clear (17oz)Product Line: Stripe SKU: 20-631
A fast drying solvent-based marking paint designed to be sprayed in an inverted position. Produces vivid marks, does not clog, and is safe for grass. The solvent based formulation works well in low temperatures. Meets APWA color standards and is VOC compliant. May be sprayed by hand or with the Z-605 marking gun or Z-606 marking wand.
- Dry to touch in 5 minutes at 72F
- Dry to touch in 15 minutes at 35F
- Up to 500 linear feet
|Container Size:||20 OZ|
|Net Fill Wt. OZ:||17|
|Net Fill Wt. G:||482|
|Prop 65 (cancer):||yes|
|Prop 65 (repro):||no|
|Safety Data Sheet:||View Safety Data Sheet|
|Product Information Sheet:||View Product Information Sheet|
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Seymour Paint –
We also sell to distributors. Please contact our customer service at 815-895-9101 to find the nearest distributor to you.
tim stoessler –
I’ve used your inverted tip making paints for year. My question to you is that my operations team does not want “permanent” paint. we’re a water/sewer utility that needs to markout our lines on roads concrete, grass (the normal stuff where contractors call for a markout. My issue is deciphering your different lines/ series. we primarily use blue/green/purple. I’m guessing they don’t want it to be thee years later. I always understood it to be “marking” paint was for permanent lines, and “mark-out” temporary. youâve got so many lines/series â3â, â6â 20-653, and 9 which Iâve been using, âthat sound the same or close to each other. What series should I focus on to not be permanent?
Seymour Paint –
We only make one truly temporary marking paint and in just one color (white). #20-633. If youâre looking for large numbers you should explore private labeling the paintâminimum order quantity 600 cans per color, guaranteed for 2 years. If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.