Used for additional UV Protection in ultralight airplanes. 1 fl.oz. blocks 1Quart Polytone.
Important Notice: All mixed paints are special order and are non-returnable.
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Yes, this can be used with Poly-Tone, Poly-Brush, Poly-Spray, and Aerothane.
We do not have any tests to determine how well it works with lacquer, but it is used on Aerothane paint, with is a polyurethane paint. It is a clear material on its own.
No, it is similar, but not as effective as silver Poly Spray or silver powder or paste.