KF-06 Mountain Fall Color Changing Chameleon Paint Car Kit
Mountain Fall, KF-06
What's Included With This Kit
That's more than 4 gallons of quality, sprayable auto paint for less than one-third (1/3) of what you pay from others!
KonFusion chameleon paint basecoats are made from durable urethane co-reactants and the latest in Chameleon pearl pigment technology to create a durable basecoat with jaw dropping color change at an affordable price. Using durable polymer resins, high quality pigments, and U.V. sunscreeners ensures these chameleon paint products will last!
This Basecoat Clearcoat kit is made with high levels of lightfast automotive grade pigments and highly weatherable urethane co-reactants and UV protecting additives to ensure fast coverage and long life. The base mixes 2:1 with UreKem urethane grade reducer (included in kit) and the clear mixes 4:1 with activator for the MS clear or 2:1 with the glamour clear.
Check local regulations for compliance. For customers in areas requiring low VOC we offer a low VOC version of these basecoats. Contact us at email@example.com for details.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How is it possible to sell these products so much less than other companies?
Our unique sales and marketing strategy allows us to save large amounts of money by not hiring a national sales force to distribute our products. Furthermore, we do not have large marketing budgets based off exorbitant costs of race and show sponsorships.
Is this a quality product?
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How much paint do I need?
The amount of paint depends on a lot of factors but generally one kit will paint the outside and jambs on most vehicles. Large SUVs or large trucks where you are spraying inside the bed may need another quart kit or two but this is rare.
Which gloss sheen should I use?
The sheen you choose really comes down to personal preference. In general the flatter sheens show less dirt and contaminants (low gloss finishes are very hard to polish out nibs) while the glossier sheens like satin and semi will look blacker and are generally eaiser to maintain.
Which clear should I use?
Both clears are great clears so go with the type of clear you are most accustomed to spraying. Novice painters typically find the MS clear easier to work with while experienced painters who prefer a thicker higher solids clear tend to prefer the HS Glamour clear.
Which reducer should I use?
Choose your reducer based on the temperature and the size of the object you are painting. Generally speaking you should use medium reducer up to 85 degrees then switch to slow when painting a car When painting a bike or other smaller object use fast reducer up till 75F then switch to Medium.
Which activator should I use?
Like the reducer you should choose your activator based on the size of the object you are painting and the temperature. Since this listing is for a car kit we'll assume you are painting a car and suggest using the standard activator for temps for temps from 65-90F and the slow at temps above 90F.
How much is shipping and how long will it take before I get my kit?
Shipping is based on order total and orders over $400.00 will ship for free to the continental USA!. View our shipping map below for an estimate of how many work days it will take for you to receive your product. See the shipping chart below for shipping cost to the continental USA.
Does this product meet my local VOC requirement?
Check local regulations before purchasing. Some areas require a "low VOC" automotive paint for compliance with new air regulations. The map below shows some known low VOC regulated areas in red. However, regulations change often so always check your local regulations before purchasing. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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