Enamels are bright, rich, pale enamels producing a leaflike smoothness
and brilliance. For use on any variety of interior surfaces that are
not subject to handling or exterior exposure. It is excellent for picture
frames, statuary and other artistic designs.
Coverage: Approximately 500-600 square feet per gallon.
Dry-Time: Depending on temperature and humidity, 45 to 60 minutes.
Dry/touch: 45 minutes.
Recoat: 2 hours. Recoat: 2 hours. When recoating, spraying is recommended.
The gold/bronze pigment particles lay on the surface and brush recoating
may raise or resolvate the first coat. Spraying will not produce such
Stability: Indefinite, the vehicle will not tarnish the gold/bronze
pigment in storage and will not produce gassing.
Stir contents well before use and occasionally during application. Apply
by brush, spray or roller. Prepare the surface so that it is clean,
dry, smooth and free of oils, wax or other foreign matter. Prime porous
surfaces with oil or latex primer. NOTE: If a RUST-REFORMER is utilized,
endure that sufficient oil-based primer is applied before applying the
LUSTRGILD in order to prevent acid fumes emitted from the reformer discoloring
the metallic finish.
Spraying will permit the pigment particles to be deposited with maximum
uniformity for color reflection and brilliance. Thinning and clean up
can be accomplished with mineral spirits. Do not expose the coating
to sulphur fumes, alkalies or sodium solutions as they will react with
the copper in the pigments and will cause it to tarnish or discolor
to a blackish green. A clear top coat such as Rolco Labs Acrylic Top
Coat or other clear varnish applied
over the gold will act as a shield or sealer to protect the pigment
from intrusion by the above mentioned contaminants. Apply at no lower
than 50 degrees F. Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. To avoid breathing
vapors or spray mist, open windows and doors or use other means of ventilation
to prevent overexposure during application and drying. For any additional
information read the product MSDS. To avoid spontaneous combustion during
storage, close the after each use and any soiled rags utilized for wiping
or clean up should be placed in a water-filled closed metal container.