|ALL POLYURETHANE PAINTS REQUIRE CATALYST TO CURE!|
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No, you will receive one part of the base paint and one part of catalyst. You would need to purchase the thinner/reducer separate. Please refer to the mixing instructions for this. The thinner/reducer is used to make the product thinner to be able to be used with the spray gun so it wouldn't be too thick.
The mix ratio is 1 to 1. You can can find this, and other application info, on the " PTI SPECIALTY TOPCOATS " web page. Just select the Polyurethane tab and the information will be there.