|Color Shades:||Black, Light Grey, Grey, Brown|
Water-based special effect spray paint with fine plastic particles for a deceivingly realistic granite effect. Not recommended for outdoor use! Only water-proof when sealed with several coats of Montana VARNISH and correct surface coating (Primer). Applicable on many different surfaces such as paper, cardboard, primed canvas, wood, glass, metal, ceramics, porcelain, stone, polystyrene and other paintable acrylic materials. The Montana GRANIT effect is very high covering. For best results it is advisable to prime your surface when using light colored granite effect shades, particularly when painting on dark surfaces. We recommend using the Montana PRIMER or the Montana TEXTURE spray. The latter will enhance the granite look even more. Can be top-coated once thoroughly dry. Can be combined with Montana GOLD, Montana ACRYLIC markers and standard acrylic paints. The GRANIT effect spray also works well as a structure spray. Lightly coat dry areas to receive the desired granite-look. Color shown on top or donut. Recommended to seal with Montana VARNISH. Make sure that Granit effect is completely dried (36-48h) before sealing with Montana VARNISH. Available in colors: light grey, grey, brown and black. Please Note: GRANIT Black has a mix of green an black plastic particles to recreate the look of real granite. Montana GOLD Shock Black could be applied as a top coat once completely dry if desired.
What is Montana GRANIT 400ml spray and how does it work?
Montana GRANIT 400ml spray is a high covering water based special effect spray paint, that has mini colored plastic particles in it. Once sprayed to a substrate, the particles dry on the surface of the paint leaving a deceiving real granite effect. GRANIT 400ml spray is available in Light Grey, Grey, Brown and Black. Color shown by the donut on top of the can.
How do I start using my Montana GRANIT 400ml spray can?
Remove the plastic lid from the can and shake vigorously for 2-3 minutes ensuring you can hear the mixing balls moving freely. Trigger the can away from your substrate to test. If flowing freely you can start painting.
Which surfaces can I use my GRANIT 400ml spray on?
Montana GRANIT 400ml spray can be used on nearly any surfaces such as paper, cardboard, primed canvas, wood, glass, metal, ceramics, porcelain, stone, polystyrene and other paintable acrylic materials. Can be applied to polystyrene without primer.
How long does Montana GRANIT 400ml spray take to dry?
The drying time for Montana GRANIT 400ml spray varies depending on the substrate and the base coat under it, ambient temperature and levels of humidity. Generally it is possible to be dust dry after 60 mins, touch dry in 4 hours and cured after 24 hours. Please note due to its high water content, drying times are longer than normal coatings.
How far should I hold the can away from the substrate while painting?
Optimum distance from substrate is normally between 15 and 25cm depending on your task. Thin, even layers are optimal, applying from left to right in a crossing over motion.
Can I paint over my GRANIT 400ml with other paints?
Yes. You can apply other paints such as Montana GOLD, Montana BLACK, Montana WHITE, Montana ACRYLIC markers as well as customary acrylic paints over the GRANIT 400ml spray once it is cured. Curing time is 24, or more hours.
Is my GRANIT 400ml spray waterproof when dry?
The GRANIT spray is water resistant when totally dry and cured. Due to its water basis, it is not water proof. In order to increase its resistance to water and humidity, we suggest you seal with Montana GLOSS VARNISH or an alternative purpose made clear coat. Exposing uncured objects that are coated with GRANIT spray can lead to damage or opening of coated surfaces.
Is my GRANIT 400ml spray durable?
The GRANIT spray is strong and durable considering its plastic particles when cured although it is an effect spray, and is not stone/granite based. To increase its longevity and durability we recommend thin, equal, multiple coats to be applied, ample curing time of 24hours or more. Clear coating once cured is also recommended.