Valspar Refinish offers multiple binder technologies to suit your needs. The Valspar Refinish Universal Intermix system means you can tint multiple binders with the one set of tints, allowing you the flexibility of different binder systems without the cost or storage of multiple sets of mixing colours.
862 Series is a two component, medium solids, high gloss polyurethane topcoat system. It is designed to provide exceptional gloss, colour retention and durability. This single-stage topcoat offers a complete colour spectrum including metallics. It is designed for use in the car, fleet and commercial vehicle markets. 862 is cured with HPC0-3 activators giving the applicator flexibility with cure speed allowing the dry time to be matched with the job size.
MIX RATIO: 4:1:0-10%
SIZE: 5 Gal, 1 Gal
888C88 is a high performance acrylic modified basecoat system. The high performance formulation features fast drying, excellent flow, high coverage and excellent blending characteristics. 888C88 may be used with any Valspar Refinish polyurethane clear coat for a superior finish with exceptional durability and long-term gloss and colour retention.
MIX RATIO: 1:1
SIZE: 1 Gal
Valspar Refinish 303C01 is a single pack, single stage, acrylic topcoat. It is formulated for ease of application and rapid drying properties. 303C01 is available in a full spectrum of solid and metallic colours. It gives a gloss finish off the gun with excellent polishing properties.
For metallic colours topcoat with AC303 1K Acrylic Clear Coat to enhance and protect the metallic pigment and add depth of colour.
MIX RATIO: 1:1.5
SIZE: 4 L
The key benefit of AD4200 is its speed. AD4200 is dust free in only 10 minutes and can be denibbed and polished in only 30 minutes. This affordable, fast finishing formulation requires no baking saving both time and energy!
Valspar Refinish Radical Effect toners are highly concentrated effect toners designed to expand and enhance the colour space of the Valspar Refinish 888C88 Basecoat System.
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