|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.3 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||3680061|
|Manufacturer Part Number||3680061|
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
USC SprayMax 2K Glamour High Gloss Aerosol Clear
|Price:||$21.96 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: FBA items qualify for FREE Shipping and .
If you're a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you increase your sales. We invite you to learn more about Fulfillment by Amazon .
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
? Spray Max 2K Glamour High Gloss Aerosol Clear. A 2 component aerosol clearcoat that is easy to apply, flows smooth and dries to a long lasting, high gloss finish ? 2K clearcoat in an easy to use aerosol ? Activate, shake and spray ? Unique nozzle delivers spray gun results ? Dries to a high gloss finish ? Excellent weather and chemical resistance ? Color: Clear liquid (as packaged) ? Mix: Ready to spray. Activate, shake and spray ? Substrate: Properly applied basecoats ? Suggested Use: For use over all basecoats.
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Top customer reviews
As far as the pics - posted them to show the reflection of the clear. This is fully cured, wet sanded (600 through 3,000 grit), then buffed/polished with rubbing compound, swirl remover, and finishing polish, then hard carnauba wax after a week. You could shave in this reflection, even in my low-light garage.
N.B.: Make sure you get the $20 respirator and have good fresh air coming in/bad air out - this stuff will kill you quick!
The back and neck are mahogany. I first filled the grain with a polyester resin (same stuff you use laying fiberglass), then sanded to 400 grit.
the top (or front) is maple which I used a very thinned-out version of the resin to fill the grain (maple has much tighter grain to begin with) and sanded to 320. after masking, I primed the top, then sanded to 400. then laid a silver base, then alternating layers of silver metal flake and red candy clear so the metallics come through in varying shades of red.
once the final color had cured, I LIGHTLY wet sanded to 600 and put about a dozen coats of this 2k front & back, about 10-15 min between.
super easy to use... just wear gloves and a good respirator and work with good ventilation. Actually, I don't know exactly how many coats I put - I got 2 cans and used them both fully.
after about a week to fully cure, I wet sanded down to 5000 grit, then hand buffed - something this size wasn't worth getting out the buffer.
the SprayMax 2k is GREAT for small projects like this, for motorcycle tins, or for individual panels on a car... but I wouldn't do a whole car in this as it would be quite expensive to do a whole car with 2k spray bombs like this - I'd get a large can of a 2k clear with hardener and use my HVLP... but for those small projects, sometimes it's not worth setting up the gun (or have to worry about cleaning it after).
The stuff scares me because of its isocyanate makeup (I image inhaling this stuff would be like inhaling atomized super glue, but I'm no chemist so what the hell do I know). Because of this, I only used it where I had to (gas tank). But it is its non-solvent based composition that makes it resistant to gasoline damage. If I had it to do all over again I would purchase a full MOPP suit and clear coat EVERYTHING with this, it is that good. I have not tested its durability against a gas spill yet (bike isn't quite finished), but I'm confident it will hold up. Can't recommend highly enough, just be sure to use all the protective gear as recommended (and don't be too close to your car when using it on a breezy day. Yeah, woops).
That being said - the durability and quality of the paint does make for a better, longer lasting result.
I decided to give this a try after watching a really good series of YouTube videos on paint repair by some Canadian guys. Who'd thunk?
Any whoot, they walked through a basic paint repair using nothing but aerosol spray paint. The results looked good, and I need to do some paint repair on one of my E30's. They suggested this could type of clear and I decided to try it.
The finished panels turned out amazing and I was able to get semi pro results.
One note, when you use this, get a respirator mask and use in a well ventilated area - this stuff is no joke, it'll kill brain cells.
Dries faster than most clear coats. I liked it very much and would be willing to spend the extra cash to get this again for future projects. Gives off incredibly dangerous fumes. I highly recommend a respirator and very well ventilated area.