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Matte Clearcoat

Label shows 4:1 that’s not correct! It is in fact mixed 2:1:1 

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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)

Tech sheet coming soon. Call tech department

 

NOTE*** You MUST choose the correct kit size to each hardener size. If you do not it will say Unavailable as the wrong size was chosen. (Ex. Quart kits do not take 2 qts of hardener, therefore its "out of stock" as its not correct)

TDS Sheets

TECH SHEET (COMING SOON) -- Call 800-678-1533 press #3

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

 


Customer Reviews

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J
J.
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.

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C.G.
Amazing Product

Lays out like glass. Sheen is perfect!

R
R.T.
OUTSTANDING PRODUCTS

As a DIYer I really rely on the input and recommendations from Tamco and have been very please with the input and the excellent products.

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j.r.
Matte Clearcoat

Sprays great and gave me the look I needed. I was shipped fast

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D.K.
Give it a try...

Okay, so low luster and flat coatings in the past kind of "iffy" coatings. They settled out in the can, didn't go on even, and just generally drove you back to normal coatings. I can honestly say this matte clear is completely different. You open the can and it is completely mixed from top to bottom in the can. No clumps of crap, some mild stirring and you are good to go. If you really want consistency in laying it down I'd shoot a few coats of the 2104 or 2100 in one session, then make the matte the next session. Bottom line, best low luster auto coating I've ever shot....