|Used to paint cockpit interiors, excellent on fiberglass. Gives a coarse, durable, professional finish. One gallon required for Long-EZ cockpit. See instructions for proper primer use on all surfaces in question.|
I thought the product should be thicker. Mix with stick, do not shake it will brake down the bigger colored stuff. I used a brush to apply to my composite aircraft interior. It relay looks great and hides some of the imperfections. I had primer filler on some sections and it covered very well. The raw resin will take 3-4 coats to cover. It has a strong odor and you need to ventilate. After a few days the bad odor somehow smelt like a air freshener
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It can be applied right out of the can.
If the compartment is made of fiberglass, it will work fine, but not recommended for fabric/dacron.
No, it must be sprayed.
Per the supplier: the Zolatone primer is no longer available but this is a waterborne product and you can use any epoxy primer that is recommended for the material that this is going on.
Yes, it can.
Zolotone 20 series paints come ready to use.
Per Vendor: It can but I would recommend about a 2.0 tip size. 1.8 may work also.