First time Tamco user. Painted my engine bay in my shop and while it turned out very nice, I thought WOW, this stuff is thick. I was only spraying at about 25 psi though. Brought a couple more parts to work to trim out in the booth to get a real feel for it before I spray the car. Bumped the pressure to around 30 and 4100 lays down!! I use PPG products at work, and nothing I have used slicked out this easily. Thank you for an amazing product!!! 4100 clear, iwata w400 1.3
I Really Love Tamco candies! I've used a dozen or more candies, and tamco candies are by far the most vibrant pure candies I've ever used.
Tamco intensity colors allows you to tune in on fine details with precision. Although I’m still learning each day using the intensity line makes me a better painter by not having to worry about excessive dry tip or color bleed.
My paint is very awesome. And the people that work there were very helpful and answered all my questions and got my product here fast.
Primer. And urethane reducer. Is the best we've found. Pro painter. Doing it my entire working career 40 pl years
Did some forever seal on a race truck. First time using it and love it.
Used the forever seal a few months ago and if you are sealing anything , this is the only way to go!! It lays out perfectly smooth and sprays amazing!
Awesome clear,lays down great and a shine that is over the top,great product and great price
Thank you tamco
It works with the intensity airbrush line between high impact base and clear... Best paints i have ever experienced. Highly recommended. Be sure you dont use too much reducer. Also, it likes to be built in a few layers- try to avoid thick coats but its sprayers preference.
I reccomend building and weaving the paint slowly in small batches within the 3 layer recommendations... This helps you know that you arent wrong with your mixing procedures. It also allows just enough time for it to dry and "build"
Best paint ive ever sprayed. I will update later if i find longevity issues , but it is not anticipated- ive sprayed before and i can tell this is a product thats cut from good cloth.
Dont forget respiratory saftey. ✌
Our customer love the Freedom Blue color so much that we have painted one truck, one car, and one motorcycle in Freedom Blue. We like the Tamco products and the way they spray.
1st allow me to start by saying the people at tamco have been so helpful & knowledgeable. This clear is the best. I have used many other clears that are way more expensive & they just can't beat the quality of tamco clear.
I've been spraying 4100 for about 3years not full time I have sprayed about 15 gallons and have nothing but good to say about it, it's a heavy clear and takes getting a custom to but it sands and buffs great
Tamco DTM primers are a very thick primer that works good especially for restoration work or complete re-paints that need old finishes sealed up. Use a 2.5 tip when unreduced, or a 1.7 tip when reduced 10%. Mixing it 4:1:1/2 works good for large areas (more than 2-3 panels at a time) with a 1.7 tip or temps above 80 and use slow reducer. The primer sands best when set up overnight at 70 degrees or warmer. Cooler temps affect how it hardens up and sands the next day. 2 coats unreduced, or three to four coats when reduced is how I like to use it. The longer it cures, the better it sands with all grits of sandpaper. It never gets rock hard or difficult to sand.