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Our ULTRAMARINE BLUE 7 has a deep blue colour, with a matte finish, which seems to absorb light, while emitting a powerful magnetic radiation giving a "matte depth” effect.


Composition:

- Polyurethane two-component (VOC> 420g/L)
Kit 1.4L includes 1L of ULTRAMARINE BLUE base + 150ml of Hardener 9999 + 250ml of Thinner
(finish)
Mode of application: on paint or white primer necessarily, application in the pistol. Realize the mixture in weight (100 parts of blue base/15 parts of hardener and 5 to 15 parts of thinner (optional if we paint in the brush). Apply 3 to 5 layers according to the intensity of the sought blue. Respect 5/10 minutes between every layer. Life expectancy of the mixture: 1 hour. Drying with heart: 24 hours. Warning : the proposed Blue is a transparent matt blue, the more we shall apply of layer, the more the blue will be deep and darkened, thus it is important to apply layers in a homogeneous way. Clean tools with our universal thinner


- Water based single component satin acrylic version (VOC <40g/L)
1L or 5L
(finish)
Mode of application: on paint or white primer necessarily, application in the pistol or in the brush. Produitprêt in the employment, the good to move/shake before use. Apply 2 to 4 layers according to the intensity of the sought blue. Respect 5/10 minutes between every layer. Drying with heart: 24 hours. Warning : the proposed Blue is a blue opaque semi satin, the more we shall apply of layer, the more the blue will be deep and darkened, thus it is important to apply layers in a homogeneous way. Clean tools with some soapy water

Our Overseas Blue paint is extremely resistant outdoors.
It allows a very high resistance to sun, UVs, bad weather.

You will find the Ultramarine Blue or Ultramarine Blue 1 in the Colour Index under the code PB29. Its RAL reference is RAL 5002 Ultramarine Blue

Obtained initially from lapis lazuli, it was a precious colour. Today the pigment is synthetic (sodium aluminosilicate thiosulfate)

Example of realization

Work of T. Benenati, the thinker of the blue birds (all image rights belong to its author)

Create an intense blue finish yourself as shown above
by mixing your own recipe in acrylic version with ultra matt water:

Here are the ingredients:

Select a two-component acrylic "soft" varnish


Mix 5 to 20 g of acrylic concentrated white shade

Warning: the more white you put, the more you will lose transparency and the passage of light


Mix transparent shade "Cobalt Blue"

Approximately 50 to 70 g per liter of pure varnish

It's ready .

What is the difference between this recipe and PB29 acrylic ultramarine paint?
the pigments are semi opaque, while the use of a transparent dye will give more depth to the blue



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