ALCLAD II Lacquers reproduce a wide range of realistic and durable metal finishes.
For use on injection plastic kits a primer is necessary. 'Regular ALCLAD' is similar in strength to lacquer/cellulose car paints-injected polystyrene plastics frequently have areas which ALCLAD can craze.
Primer should be lightly polished with 1000/1200 wet & dry paper to give a less absorbent glossy surface .
ALCLAD High Shine -Chrome and Polished Aluminium both require a dark glossy base.
Polished Aluminium should be used over Tamiya TS-14 gloss black,or gloss black auto paint.
Chrome and only chrome should be used over gloss black model enamel paint.
SPRAYING: ALCLAD should be sprayed at 15-20psi. Use the airbrush like a paint brush not an aerosol.
Buffing is not necessary-though tonal variation can be made by polishing selected panels with micromesh. A sealer is not required.
Regular ALCLAD can be masked and over painted Decal solutions can be used with Regular ALCLAD,but are not recommended for Chrome or Polished Aluminium.
Shake well before use.
Thoroughly clean surfaces.
Remove Adhesive Residue, Release Agent & Fingerprints.
Spray light coats at 15 - 20 psi.
Back ALCLAD II with any dark color.
Clean with lacquer thinners.
Avoid prolonged breathing of vapors
Ensure adequate ventilation
Irritant - In case of eye contact, rinse with water.
Harmful if swallowed. Call physician immediately.
Long term exposure may be dangerous.
Keep out of reach of children.
Additional details for the White primer and Microfiller
- Manufactured by Alclad with reference ALC306-60 (also listed as ALC-306-60).
- To be used with Airbrush.
- Package measures 59 mm x 107 mm x 59 mm (width x depth x height), weighting 122 g.
- Product contains 1 x 60ml. Shipping restrictions may apply to certain countries (more info at our FAQ)
- Featured in newsletter 362.
This item is not suitable for children under 18 years old. SpotModel recommend this item for advanced modellers and professionals with high experience on building cars and bikes. Read carefully all instructions.