ULTIMATE Turbo spray paint by Rust-Oleum enables fast project completionMarch 16, 2021 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Rust-Oleum Corporation has been serving industry for a century with top protective paints and coatings – like the ULTIMATE Turbo Enamel spray paint. With a spray up to ten inches (25 centimetres) wide, this solution allows for faster project completion, which makes it perfect for large projects. Available in a 656-gram size, ULTIMATE Turbo works four times more quickly than traditional spray paints do, while also offering better coverage, colour, and gloss retention.
Black or white gloss
Offering the speed and quality of professional spray equipment with none of the hassle, ULTIMATE Turbo has a formula that offers the best corrosion protection possible, complete with simple application, long-lasting colour, and high gloss and durability. It is easy to apply and dries quickly to achieve a tough and attractive finish.
Application of this spray paint is straightforward. The first step is surface preparation: dirt, grease, salt, and chemical contaminants are removed with Original Krud Klutter cleaner/degreaser or a similar method, then loose paint and rust should be removed with a wire brush or sandpaper. Previously coated surfaces must be sound and in good condition, and the user should scarify smooth, hard, or glossy finishes by sanding to create a surface profile.
ULTIMATE Turbo should be applied outdoors or in a well ventilated area, like an open garage. Rust-Oleum recommends applying this spray paint in temperatures between ten and 32 degrees Celsius and humidity below 65 per cent for proper drying. After covering the surrounding area to protect from spray mist, the user should shake the can vigorously for a minute after the mixing ball starts rattling. Holding the can upright, 25 to 35 centimetres from the surfaces, the user should spray in a steady back-and-forth motion, slightly overlapping each stroke. It is best to apply a light first coat with 50 per cent coverage and then two or more light coats a few minutes apart to avoid drips and runs.
The paint dries tack-free between two and four hours, to handle from five to nine hours, and completely in a day. A second coat can then be added.
For more information, contact Rust-Oleum.