MONTANA SPRAY PAINT
MONTANA TECH SPRAYS
MONTANA EFFECT SPRAYS
ACRYLIC Marker & Ink
Acid-free, quick drying, clear varnish made of acrylic base.
- Increases or decreases the brilliance of color layers
- Weather and light resistant, UV-resistant, extends the life of works of art.
- After drying, scratch, impact and shock resistant
- Very good adhesion
- Fixes grasses, straw and dried flowers
- Protective coating for works of art or wood, cardboard
- Oxidation protection for metal effect paint (different degrees of gloss)
Shake can vigorously for 2-3 minutes before use. Apply VARNISH in several thin layers from left to right in a crossing over motion (cross-coating), spraying before the previous coat is fully dry but with 5 minutes between each pass. Further coats might require a drying time of 24 hours or more depending on substrate. For optimal lifespan, always store cans with the nozzle on. NOT COMPATIBLE WITH SYNTHETIC BASE LACQUERS. Always test spray on a non-visible area to check compatibility of lacquer or paint.
PRODUCT NAME: Montana Cans TECH Varnish
ITEM#: 376351, 376368, 376365
EAN-CODE: 4048500376351, 4048500376368, 4048500376365
HS CODE: 32082090
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Germany
NOZZLE: Flat Jet - Medium
RECOMMENDED NOZZLES: Flat Medium and Wide, Fat Cap Gold/Black, Level 1-3
LAQUER BASE: Acrylic
PRESSURE LEVEL: Low pressure
GLOSS LEVEL (60° angle according to DIN 67530): matte 4 GE, semi-gloss 45 GE, gloss 88 GE
HEAT RESISTANCE: Up to 80°C (176°F)
APPLICABLE TO: Synthetic resin, NC or acrylic paints after already 3 hours
DRYING TIME AT 20°C (68°F) AND 50% RELATIVE HUMIDITY:
- Dust/Touch dry: approx. 5/30 min.
- Fully cured after 24h
Drying time depends on temperature, humidity and thickness of coating.
OPTIMAL PROCESSING CONDITIONS:
- Temperature 10° - 25°Celcius
- Surface temperature 5° - 40°Celcius
- Air humidity max. 60%
SHELF LIFE / STORAGE: 10 years with proper storage (10°-25°C, relative humidity of max. 60%).
- Dangerous goods class 2.1
- Shake the can well for at least 3 minutes
- Spray distance should be at least 20cm/8inch
- The substrate / underlying paint/coat of paint should be completely dry.
- Remove dust and dirt particles.
- When using on metals, rust spots should be completely removed and filled if necessary.
- Apply at least 2-3 coats in cross-coats, drying time between the individual coats at least 5 minutes.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Montana VARNISH?
Montana VARNISH is an acrylic based clear coating that can be used to seal and protect surfaces from oxidation and damage from UV light exposure. It is quick drying and ideal for art, hobby, crafts and DIY projects.
What surfaces can I use Montana VARNISH on?
Montana VARNISH can be used on many surfaces including paint (with the exception of synthetic based paint), canvases, paper, charcoal, drawings, various fibres, wood and photos.
Does it come in different finishes? And when do I use which one?
Yes. Montana VARNISH comes in three different finishes. Gloss Varnish, Semi Gloss Varnish and Matte Varnish. Each varnish enables users to achieve a finish as desired. Gloss levels are as depicted on the donuts on top of the cans. As the function of all three is the same, deciding which one to use when is a subjective to the finish that is desired for the project.
Is the Montana Varnish archival?
Yes. Montana VARNISH is acid free and non-yellowing. It does not desaturate your artworks and can be used for interior and exterior use. All varnishes contain UV blockers to protect your projects. The more coats applied, the greater the UV protection.
How do I start using my Montana VARNISH can?
Remove the spray nozzle and turn the can upside down. Strike with your palm allowing safety ring to fall out. Shake vigerously for 2-3 minutes ensuring you can hear the mixing balls moving freely. Replace the cap back onto the top of the can valve and trigger away from substrate to test. If flowing freely you can start painting.
Is Montana VARNISH acrylic?
Montana VARNISHES are solvent based, nitro-acrylic paint. The solvents evaporate rapidly once applied leaving a clear protective, acrylic coating behind once dry.
Is Montana VARNISH Low Pressure?
Montana VARNISH is low pressure, meaning the gasses in the can allow the varnish to be ejected slowly and smoothly. This can reduce spray dust, improve precision and increase how accurately users can apply varnish.
How far should I hold the can away from the substrate while painting?
Optimum distance from substrate is normally beween 15 and 25cm depending on your task. The closer you hold the can, the more paint is applied to a smaller area. The further away you hold it, the thinner the paint film applied will be.
How long does Montana VARNISH take to dry?
Drying time is usually 10 minutes to be touch dry. This can vary depending on substrate, ambient temperature, humidity levels and thickness of coats applied. The three stages of drying are apx: touch dry in 10 mins, working dry in 60 mins and chemically cured in 24 hours.
My Montana VARNISH has wrinkled. Why is this?
To gaurantee no wrinkling, you need to apply the varnish in thin coats and ideally allow the varnish time to cure before applying further coats. As all coatings shrink to some degree when drying, wrinckling occurrs when one layer of varnish is drying and pulling the level below it that has not yet cured. A cured layer can with stand this movement.
Can I paint over Montana Varnish with other paints?
You can paint over Montana Varnish with oil based paints once the varnish has cured. Painting over with acrylic paints can work, but may result in cracking at a later stage subject to the quality of the acrylic paint. MONTANA VARNISH is NOT compatible with synthetic based lacquers!
How do I get the smooth coverage?
It is very important to shake well and apply all coats thinly. Changing your application direction (horizontal and verticle) after each coats is also benefitial.