Tamco Paint's shipping fees are "real time rates" meaning, we charge you what it costs to ship depending on what you ordered and where it is shipping. That said, we offer free shipping to the lower 48 states in the USA if your order is $500+!
Please keep in mind, we DO NOT guarantee delivery transit times. The shipping companies include "Estimated Delivery Times" which are estimates and should be treated as such. Also Tamco Paint will NOT refund for late deliveries, delayed transit, or any other wait due to the shipping and handling involved.
If you forgot an item, we will not ship the rest for free. Send us a message on our on-site Chat by clicking the chat bubble in the bottom right to add onto your order. We usually can help make that happen if your order hasn't been packaged up yet.
Under normal circumstances, ship the next day (M-F , some holidays change this as well). If you order early AM or early afternoon, we will most likely be able to get your order out that day! CALL for order changes!! (please note we do not ship the next day for mixed paint.)
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Lays down super nice and TDS says a 7 day topcoat window. Sprayed with a 1.3 tip. Will definitely use more in the future.
Lays on real smooth, Hvlp gun with 1.5 needle, mixed 50/50 with a splash of reducer.
DTA product works as explained covers very well just follow directions
Very durable and protects parts well for projects put aside for a while
This stuff is really tough it's like rock when fully dry. Wonderful for full restoration projects.
Easy to apply with a 1.4 tip gun. There's no need to add reducer. Smooth and fast application. Easy to sand
IDK I don't know how it will work, it did ship fast. But I have not gotten around to using it. I need to know what other coating I can spray on top that I can sand. I know others had used epoxy to prevent rust and while it is still not fully dried or cured, they shoot a primer, maybe a high build ? IDK. How can I rate this ?