A high-solids aluminum-pigmented, 1 part, air drying resin used after the Poly-Brush preliminary coating to protect the fabric from UV and prepare for a smooth finish. Thin 4:1. Available in quart, gallon, and 5 gallon sized.
Important Notice: All mixed paints are special order and are non-returnable.
POLY-FIBER POLY-SPRAY QUART
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POLY-FIBER POLY-SPRAY GALLON
Poly Fiber products very easy to use Ranthane finish looks good but is impossible to make a good looking repair. I was foolish to think I would never need to repair. Wind storm changed that thought.
Best of the best. Provides a great UV protection and a smooth undercoating for any paint!
On time as quoted. Good product.
great product I have been using it for years
delivered and received in good condition
The cans came double wrapped. Each can was wrapped in cadboard, sealed in a plastic bag and then put in a cardboard box. Everything came in excellent condition.
excellent product, however the last two deliveries, the cans were so dented up that the paint stores couldnt get them in the shakers to mix for me.
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Per the Poly Fiber How To manual, there are two reducers to choose from, R65-75 or RR8500. They are offered in quarts, gallons or 5G pails, and are listed as "Accessories" on this web page.
Per Vendor, you would need to:
Step 1: Poly-Brush
Step 2: Poly-Spray
Step 3: Poly-Tone or Aerothane
Per Poly Fiber, we do not recommend skipping this. It would be at your own risk.
No you would want to use EP-420 epoxy primer. Poly Tone is not designed to be used on metal. Poly Fibers Aerothane or Mark II base paints are used on metals, over the EP-420 epoxy primer.
Per the poly fiber how to manual, one gallon of poly-spray will cover 200 sq ft, so a quart should over 50 square feet. This is for one coat of material.