A high gloss, fast drying enamel for use on primed metal or fiberglass. Enamels match all 50 Poly-Fiber, Aerothane, "Poly-Tone" and classic Aero Dope colors. Not for use on fabric.
Applications: Thin 5 parts enamel to 1 part enamel reducer. For best results use over EP420 Epoxy Primer.
Note: Aerothane requires catalyst sold separately.
Important Notice: All mixed paints are special order and are non-returnable.
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Note:These samples are an approximate computer representation of the actual color and are to be used for reference only.
Click here to download the Poly Fiber Color Chart in pdf.
Quality single-stage enamel that was a perfect color match for the PolyTone paint on the fabric!
What the manufacturer doesnt tell us is this stuff is water based, and thats why it has fire resistance. But what it also means is youll be wiping mildew off it every so often for the life of your plane. It mildews like crazy. Id much rather just use conventional dope. When Stits first developed it he created this advertising scheme based on its fire resistance. But the previous materials used didnt catch fire often, practically never. Usually when someone dropped a lit cigarette. Solution, dont smoke in fabric planes. So this fear based advertising was used to sell this mildew producing paint.
It was an oversight by our web site team. We have since added it to the color list in the quart size. Please check the web page.
Yes, please search our site for part number 09-00234. It will take you to the web page for the no charge Poly-Fiber color chart. On that page, there is a link to download the color chart as well.
No, not in the Poly-Fiber enamel. PTI has Insignia White enamel. Poly-Fiber offers it in the Mark II.
It can be thinned with Poly Fiber enamel reducer if needed.
No, as the dope shrinks over time the enamel would not. It would fail pretty quickly.
We have added 222M Rancho Silver to the available list. It is only available in quart size at this time.