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Matte Clearcoat

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Matte Clearcoat Kit

Have you wanted a traditional Matte clear that is NOT flattened with the run of the mill flattening agents. But uses better technology for that perfect matte finish? This is the matte clear for you. We also offer several of our traditional Tamco clears in a matte finish, they use traditional flattening agents that work very well. This uses a silica based flattening agent, known In the industry to perform better long term in some applications. It mixes 2:1:1 and the kit includes all items needed. (Clear, hardener and reducer)

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Kit Includes:
1- Matte Clearcoat
2- HH7600 Series Hardener
2- Urethane Reducer

 YOU MUST CHOOSE YOUR HARDENER TEMPERATURE!!!!

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Customer Reviews

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Ed Francis
Tamco Matte Clearcoat

This Tamco matte clear is an awesome product. It sprayed very easily, and had very even and uniform coverage. I have used matte clears from other manufacturers in the past, and none of them even came close to the quality of the Tamco Matte Clear. I really love this stuff!!! 5 golden stars, and 2 thumbs UP!!!

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jim strickland
That clearcoat!!!!!

I really liked it, I will be using more of your progress in the future

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James Stewart
Excellent Results

Matte clear was used over secret silver base on alloy wheels. The color of the secret silver and the appearance of the matte clear created a set of refurbished wheels that look awesome. Excellent product.

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PJ
Iwata LPH80

I've been spraying plastic motorcycle parts with the Iwata LPH80 1.2 with the Matte Clear, mixed 2:1:1 with HH7605 and HR1370. I set the LPH80 at maximum fan and 29PSI and spray wet coats and it does quite nicely with no runs or orange peel. Spraying wetter coats does seem to make the matte have a little more gloss. I've gotten so used to using Tamco products (not primer) with the LPH80 that I don't use my Devilbiss Pro Lite. I don't like that Tamco forces you to buy reducer with this kit, High Solids and Flat clears. Why?

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JB
Thanks Tamco!!

I'm a novice and Tamco helped me out with me questions to get going. For my first time spraying "auto" paints I thought something would go wrong, nut nope everything laid down perfectly smooth! The customer service and product are great, so I'll be back.