20-786 Seymour Stripe Solvent-Based Traffic Marking Paint, Yellow (18 oz)

Product Line: Stripe SKU: 20-786

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A long lasting traffic marking paint specifically formulated for line striping over freshly coated asphalt. Fresh sealcoat will not 'bleed-thru' this paint unlike other striping paints. Approximately 250 linear feet per can (4" wide stripe). The sprayhead is universal and works in our Z-604 traffic machine as well as competitive marking machines. For marking stencils or curbs, it can be actuated by hand or with the Z-608 traffic marking wand. Seymour's Parking Lot Stencil Kit (Z-500) is recommended. Traffic ready in 1 hour and VOC compliant.
UPC:043281004275
Part #:0000200786
Container Size:20 OZ
Net Fill Wt. OZ:18
Net Fill Wt. G:511
Prop 65 (cancer):yes
Prop 65 (repro):yes
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    Duane Able

    Which is better for parking lot lines water base or solvent?

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      Seymour Paint

      Either is fine on regular pavement. The solvent base is the better choice over fresh sealcoat as it has a non-bleed thru formula.

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    keri torgerson

    Is it non slip?

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      Seymour Paint

      No, product is nonslip.

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