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Acrylic Resin Sealer Matt

Acrylic Resin Sealer Matt

Acrylic Sealer Matt is a water-based matt coating to protect your acrylic model from moisture and make it weatherproof.

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  • Excl. BTW €7,02
  • Incl. BTW€8,50

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  • Matt finish
  • More shiny after multiple layers

Acrylic Resin Sealer Matt

Increase your acrylic product life expectancy to 30 years.

Acrylic sealer dull is a water-based coating to protect your acryl model from moisture and make it weatherproof.

Acrylic sealer dull is a concentrated solution of acrylic polymers in water. Before use please add 20% water to dilute the concentrate. For proper sealing the surface must be free of wax, oil, dirt or dust. Apply using brush, roller, wiping with a soft cloth or by spraying.
Acrylic Sealer dull can be applied in one or several layers in order to improve the protective properties. Depending on temperature and humidity it can be reapplied after 45 minutes. When only one layer is applied with a soft cloth this will result in a dull effect. If several layers are applied you will obtain a more shiny effect.

Special instructions
The minimum processing temperature of this product is 10 ° C
The advantages are: one component, solvent-free, water-based, quick drying, easy to apply, good UV resistance, excellent adhesion, protection against absorption of dirt and protection against moisture.

The Acrylic Sealer Matt is available in a 250 ml bottle enough for 2 to 2.5 m2 on average use.

Provided the components are stored in sealed containers in a cool and frost-free place out of direct sunlight, the shelf life is at least 1 year.

To our knowledge, Acrylic Sealer Dull is harmless to humans and the environment. For additional information, see the datasheet.

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