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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)


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