Magnetic spray paint.
Pintyplus magnetic spray paint facilitates the attraction of magnets on any painted surface. Adheres on a multitude of surfaces such as wood, metal, stone, rigid plastics, etc.
You can hang photos, plans or sketches with a couple of layers of paint and a few magnets, or help the children with their learning with magnetic letters or play making figures.
The surface to be painted must be clean, dry and free of any type of contaminant
Shake the spray can vigorously for 1 minute after the mixing balls sound. Spray at a distance of 25 cm., applying thin and fast layers, first horizontally and then vertically. It is advisable to apply in thin layers, especially the first, to obtain better adherence and prevent paint sagging.
Apply a minimum of 2 layers to enable the magnet(s) to attach.
If you want to apply a layer of colour over the magnetic paint, it is recommended that a minimum of 4 magnetic paint layers are applied before the coloured paint. Wait 5 minutes between each layer and 24 hours before applying the coloured paint.
Once the application is completed, invert the can and press until only gas comes out so the rest can be used next time.
Magnetic attraction is increased with each layer applied. If the magnets you intend to use do not adhere after painting, continue spraying to add additional layers.
To achieve greater anchorage and protection, pre-treat the surface with a primer appropriate to the surface.
To paint on surfaces already painted, if the paint is well adhered, lightly sand to facilitate the adhesion. Remove any loose paint by sanding or by other means such as paint stripper.
Do not use on devices connected to the electrical network and apply in ventilated areas.