Package Viscosity @ 77* F: 75-82 Kreb Units
Weight per Gallon (U.S.): 10.05
% Solids by Weight: 65%
% Solids by Volume: 46%
Recommended Dry Film Thickness: 1.25-1.5 Mils
Method of Application: Brush, Roller or Spray
Application Viscosity @ 77* F: 77 Kreb Units
Theoretical Spreading Rate @ 1Mil DFT: 400-500 square feet per Gallon
VOC: Maximum 3.8 # per Gallon
Dry Time: To touch - 4 hours, Recoat-12-16 hours Minimum
Thinner/Cleaner: M650 Paint Thinner
Reduction Ratio: None required, but if spraying use no more than 10%
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
SURFACE PREPARATION: The surface must be dry and free of grease, wax, dirt, or other foreign matter. Scrape off all loose paint and dull any gloss area with a light sanding or power brushing. Remove all dust with a cloth dampened with paint thinner and allow to dry.
Unpainted Surfaces: Wood - Prime with Duralux Yacht Primer M741, apply two coats of Duralux Camouflage Paint.
Steel: On clean, rust free steel, apply two coats of Duralux Zinc Chromate M739 apply two coats of Camouflage Paint.
Aluminum: Pretreat with suitable wash primer. Apply one coat of Duralux Zinc Chromate M739, Top with two full coats of Duralux Camo Paint.
Fiberglass: Wipe down with Acetone prior to sanding and after sanding. Top with two full coats of Duralux Camouflage Paint.
Painted Surfaces: Wood - Sand thoroughly, spot prime bare areas with M741 Duralux Yacht Primer. Then apply two full coats of Duralux. Camouflage Paint.
Steel: Clean all bare areas to bright steel. Touch up with two coats of Duralux Zinc Chromate Primer M739. Top with two full coats of Duralux Camo Paint.
Aluminum: Touch up all bare areas with Duralux Zinc Chromate Primer M739, Top with two full coats of Duralux Camouflage Paint.
Fiberglass: Wipe down with Acetone prior to sanding and after sanding. Top with two full coats of Camouflage Paint.
THINNING: Duralux is made for use as it comes from the can. If thinning is desired, Use no more than one-half pint of paint thinner M650 per gallon. For spraying, use one-half pint to one pint per gallon.
COVERAGE: On properly prepared surfaces, expect to cover from 400-500 square feet per. gallon.
DRYING TIME: Four hours, hut slightly longer on damp or cold days. Allow 12-16 hours for thorough hardening before repainting.
CLEAN UP: Clean equipment with paint thinner.