All Tempo spray products feature the exclusive adjustable Fanspray valve which offers a professional spray pattern so anyone can "paint like a pro". The extra-width pattern evenly coats about 3 times the area with each pass compared with an ordinary spray valve. Packaged in 11 oz. to 16 oz. cans, depending on product.
HD product. Long lasting. Very good service at your company. Thanks for the quick shipping.
The Black worked as intended. Lambert Havelka
It works good if you keep shaking it while you spray it.. make two or three passes and shake the can two or three times
Its hit and miss with these rattle cans. I found that it can take up to twenty minutes of shaking to get an almost even spray. I only use it for small touch up areas and nothing large. Also found out unlike most professional paints that no matter how careful the prep after four hours you can still peel the paint off the prop when applying a second color.
I like this paint and have used it on many parts of my plane, nice spray width and consistent if you keep shaking. It takes a little more than expected so buy more than you think you will need. I have used 10 cans over the last 3 years and had no problems until the last can, test spray was good but half way through the first pass is started to sputter and get chunky, dripping out of the nozzle too, swapped to a nozzle from another can but was no help. Can was garbage. Plan to spray fair amount on the test piece for each can at the start so you dont have to strip the 3 coats you have on already to fix after a bad can.
The fumes are extremely strong and will cause headache almost immediately. I would only use it outdoors or in a hanger. Take warnings on label seriously.
I was surprised just how hard a spray can of Flat Black Epoxy paint was to find couldnt be had at any big box or paint outlets in my area. Delighted when I located it at Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co. The key to any good paint job is preparation and I sanded, cleaned, and tack clothed my project to a high degree. Following directions on the can regarding application, temperature, and re-coating I ended up with results that fell far short of my expectations. The finish came out un-even some parts glossy whilst others parts look like they were dry sprayed. About the best I can say about it was: I wanted a black color and thats what came out of the can.
Black worked fine, went to paint the tips white and during the process the paint began to come out stingy and in gobs. Ruined the job do over.
Dont buy. The gray coated the prop, but will have to be sanded and polished to get an acceptable finish. Despite extensive shaking, the can occasionally shot out globs of thick gray goo onto the paint job. When I tried to use it again one week later it refused to spray anything other than clear solvent.
Shook the can for one minute it sprayed about two seconds and then started splattering and running down the front of the canned dripping in the floor tried shaking another three minutes same results but Aircraft Spruce being a great company replace the paint for me
Yes, That is exactly what you would do. Step 1: Remove the old paint with a paint stripper. Step 2: Primer is not necessary (optional) Step 3: Just spray on the Epoxy coating.
Yes, we have added the MSDS to the Documents tab on this web page for download and review.
3 year shelf.
No, 09-00983 matches OE Hartzel Gray.
We currently do not stock spray nozzles for these cans.
It is Day of year, last digit of year manufactured. For example: WJ2068JA = made 206th day of 2018, which would be 7/25/18
RM0569 = made 56th day of 2019, which would be 2/25/19