|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 2.6 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||51301|
|Manufacturer Part Number||51301|
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Krylon Colormaster Crystal Clear Gloss Spray Acrylic, 11oz
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- The product is 11OZCrys CLR GLS
- Elegant design and Finish, The product is manufactured in United States
- Features EZ Touch 360 degree dial spray tip, Non-yellowing moisture resistant finish
- Permanent protection for bare and painted surfaces, Dries to the touch in 10 minutes or less
- Dries to the touch in 10 minutes or less, For wood, metal, wicker, glass, and paper craft projects
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|Color||Acrylic Crystal Clear||Multicolor||Crystal Clear||Clear||Clear||Gloss Clear|
|Item Dimensions||2.61 x 2.61 x 8.2 in||2.61 x 2.61 x 8.2 in||2.45 x 2.5 x 8 in||2.2 x 2.2 x 6.9 in||2.68 x 2.68 x 7.9 in||2.62 x 2.62 x 7.88 in|
|Size||11 Ounce Aerosol||Each||SPRAY CAN||6 oz||12 oz||Each|
Premium clear coating for added durability and protection. Non-yellowing, moisture-resistant finish. Permanent protection for bare and painted surfaces. If additional protection is desired, apply crystal clear over colors within 1 hour of applying the color or after 48 hours. Dry to handle in 2 hours. For use with wood, metal, wicker, glass, plaster, ceramic, fabric, paper, paper mache, dried/silk flowers. Interior/exterior use. Fastest dry - 10 minutes or less. 11 oz. Aerosol. Protects wood, metal, plastic ceramic, fabric & paper. Quick drying.
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I wet sanded the lens with 600 grit sandpaper gently, then on to 1200, 2000 and finally 3000 grit sand paper. Keeping the lens and sandpaper very wet with a spray bottle in the other hand. Rinse and wiped down the lens after each grit. Then rubbed the lens down with a clean cloth and rubbing alcohol to remove any oils so the paint will attach nicely. Then a light even coat of Krylon Colormaster Crystal Clear Gloss. Let it dry for 5 to 10 min then a second coat a little heavier than the first but not so much that it may get drips, just a little more than first, then finished with a 3rd coat. After a day to make sure it is fully cured I gently applied some Carnuba wax just as an extra protectant. Super easy to do, the lens comes out very cloudy after sanding but once you apply the clear coat that all goes away and it looks great.
UPDATE.... Ok so some time has gone by and the clear coat has been exposed to several washes, weather and lots of bugs. So I thought I would update. So the lens's are still clear, and look way better than they were before, there has been no yellowing or fogging at all, BUT... there is one issue I am seeing with this coat. The gooy bug strikes are causing issues, it seems that something about the stuff in some of the larger bugs is causing smudges in the spots where they hit, like the fluids are acting on the clear coat and deteriorating it or something, so I have quite a few little smudges that do not buff out. A little car polish and then a wax helps but does not fix it 100%. So I am thinking about going with a different clear coat in the future and maybe even redoing these. I am thinking about using one of the clear coats that has a "Hardener" added. They have a little button on the bottom of the can you depress that releases the hardener into the paint and is supposed to be super durable. I think this will clear up the smudging issue I am having. So do I still recommend for headlights? better then having foggy lights but I think if you can afford the slightly more expensive clear coat with a hardener that may be a better choice. I still like this stuff but think I need to drop a star just based on durability. Now if you plan on using this on any other project that does not involve nasty bugs splattered all over it, then it should still be good to go.
I think someone asked if it could be used on wood. I don't think so unless the item is painted first.