|Description||Color||Part Number||Price / Gal||Buy / Gal|
|Zolatone Paint||Apollo Gray||20-11||$167.75|
|Zolatone Paint||Hamlet Black||20-42||$165.75|
|Zolatone Paint||Camille White||20-54||$166.95|
|Zolatone Paint||Lilith Charcoal||20-59||$166.95|
|Zolatone Paint||Gray Stone||20-64||$133.95|
|Zolatone Paint||Onyx Black||20-71||$166.95|
|Zolatone Paint||Silver Gray||20-72||$166.95|
|Zolatone Paint||Desert Camo||20-80||$166.95|
|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
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.