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Rubber Paint

Art. 36-6000
EN For tuning vehicles and rims, and for long-term or temporary coating of metal, wood, glass, plastic, paper and textile. Produces an elastic, grip-friendly surface that protects against e.g. sunlight, corrosion and moisture. Easy to apply and remove. The paint withstands temperatures between -30 °C and +90 °C. Colour: Black, matt

NOTE! Must be diluted with Thinner 36-6005.

Suggestions for use:
  • Cars
  • Boats
  • Handicraft
  • Gardens
  • Hobby crafts
  • Anti-slip protection, etc.


Technical Data
Mixing ratio: 3/4 paint – ¼ thinner. Drying time at +20 °C:; 4 hours, dust-dry after 15 minutes. Shelf-life at +10–25 °C: 36 months. Volume: 1 l. Coverage: Approx. 4 litres of undiluted paint is required for a medium-sized car.

Instructions:
  • Clean the surface to be painted, and ensure it is dry and free of grease and dust.
  • Mix the paint with thinner: 3/4 paint – ¼ thinner.
  • Use a spray gun to apply. Spray distance: 20–25 cm. Spray in several thin coats. Allow each coat to dry for 15-20 minutes before applying the next coat. Apply at least 4-5 coats in order to be able to strip the paint.

    NOTE! We recommend painting at room temperature (20 °C). Test the paint first by spraying onto a concealed area to check the result.
Danger
Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects. May cause drowsiness or dizziness. Causes skin irritation. Highly flammable liquid and vapour. Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking.
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