A durable semi-gloss, 1-part, air drying flexible paint available in over 50 popular aircraft colors. Recommended as the standard finish for the Poly-Fiber cover process. Also may be used over suitably primed metal components of fabric covered aircraft. Fabric damage is more easily repaired when Poly-Tone finish is used. All pigments are non-bleeding or fading. Will not oxidize with age. Poly-Tone is always thinned 4 to 1with Poly Fiber Reducer (65-75 or 8500).
Note: All mixed paints are special order and are non-returnable.
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I purchased Poly-Tone 156 Portland Green and Poly-Tone 125 Tucson Cream in gallon forms. The cans both arrived damaged with the green being damaged at the seal (leaking). Id rate the paint a 5 and the packaging a 3 for an average of 4. That all being said, the sample card for Tucson Cream is not the same color as the actual paint. The actual paint is far more yellow while the sample is more of a light tan. Beware.
Good stuff. My only complaint is how long shipping takes. I live in Florida and my paint came from Georgia. It took over two weeks with everything in stock. And this goes for everything that I order from Aircraft Spruce. Not complaining about parts just the shipping.
Did not match my federal yellow color.
Prompt delivery. When we saw how thin the Daytona White was we sprayed it right out of the can, and it worked fine. We were repairing a 20 year old finish that was faded, but we mixed the Daytona, 50/50 with Insignia white and the repair matched the faded original perfectly. We got lucky. Weve always used Poly Fiber stuff and we like it just fine.
Shipment come in a timely manner. My only comment is that even though the poly-brush poly-spray and poly-tone cans are very well packed, many come through with big dents in the cans. The dents in the sides are really not a problem but when dented on the lid rims make them hard to reclose and shake reliably. Other than that, Great jpob in all other areas.
Good color, sprays on like water so plan on several thin coats to get good coverage. By the time you follow the whole system (Poly-prime, brush, spray) you should be ready for the poly-tone and to the first reviewer, there is a color chart if you look for it. Color seemed pretty close from chart on computer to sprayed on.
love the product
I painted the wings on my ercoupe using poly-tone. I thinned it 1 part reducer to 4 parts paint. It would have been impossible to spray this on the field w/o an act of Congress so I brushed it on using a 3 inch 10$ brush. 3 coats each wing surface required two quarts. OAT 67 degrees climbing to 85 degrees and direct sunlight. No problem at all and it really turned out fantastic. Do not try and roll rather stick with the best quality 3 brush you can find. Cheaper brushes will shed bristles and you dont want to deal with that annoyance.
We can only provide Poly-Tone paint colors that are on the Poly-Fiber color chart. If you wish you need a custom color matched from a sample, you will need to go directly through Poly-Fiber. There website can be found at:
No. Poly-Tone is a vinyl based paint while aerothane is a polyurethane based paint. An example part number for Poly-Fiber aerothane paint would be 105-AQ-K.
No, Poly-Tone is designed to be used over Poly-Spray, which is a vinyl base material. Etching primers are used on metals, which a polyurethane top coat, like Aerothane is used.
Clear Poly-Tone is not available.
Poly Tone is a vinyl base paint designed to be used with other Poly Fiber fabric covering materials. It we not designed to be used on fiberglass parts. The two-part Aerothane or Mark II products are used for metal and fiberglass parts.