1805 High Build Vinyl Finish
  • 1805 High Build Vinyl Finish

1805 High Build Vinyl Finish

We no longer stock this product, but can recommend Axalta ViterLac 305 Vinyl Acrylic Primer/Finish as a great alternative.

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We no longer stock this product, but can recommend Axalta ViterLac 305 Vinyl Acrylic Primer/Finish as a great alternative.

A quick drying, vinyl acrylic, anti-corrosive, primer-finish formulated for direct application to degreased galvanised steelwork without the need for a primer. Produces a protective, high build, flexible sheen finish in just one coat. Can also be applied to mild steel and offers good protection against weak acids and alkalis.

  • Tough and weather resistant
  • For interior and exterior use
  • Quick drying, high build formula
  • Can be applied to bare galvanised steel – no primer required
  • Chemical and moisture resistant
  • Wide colour range
Product Details

Data sheet

Application
Brush, Spray
Coverage
4m² per litre
Brand
Rawlins Paints

questions Andy gregory  on 2019-08-14 11:03:44
Question: 

Hello I am fabricating a ‘Crittall’ style shower screen from mild steel and wanted to know if you have/can recommend a suitable waterproof/moisture resistant paint to coat it with. Many thanks Andy

Answer: 

We would suggest Rust-Oleum 9100 High Performance Epoxy.

questions Tayo on 2019-04-14 15:54:54
Question: 

Which of your products is suitable for Telecommunication Tower painting ?

Answer: 

We would require more information on this project to confirm suitability, however Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Pegarust would be good place to start. Please contact our Technical Team on 0113 2455450 (option 2) or [email protected] to discuss further.

questions Giles Copeman  on 2018-11-25 21:20:58
Question: 

Hi there, I've a half trailer that has started to lightly that where the half has worn away. Will this be suitable for the rust areas or should I treat it and prime it first? Thanks Giles

Answer: 

When applied to bare (non-galvanised) steel: in common with most single pack primers and primer/finishes, this product is not recommended for extended exterior exposure, or exposure in aggressive or coastal locations, or for immersion. Epoxy primers are preferred for these conditions, we would recommend 1802 Surface Tolerant Epoxy Primer.


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