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A.S Spray Paint

Working with A.S Spray Paint is an experience like no other; intense colour that dries at unrivalled speed and inturn will save you time and ensure a high quality, professional finish.

Liven up just about any surface!

Make painting easier, faster and cleaner than ever before. No brush strokes, no drips, just a flawless finish every time.
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Our Features

  • Water Proof
  • Good Adhesion
  • Excellent weathering properties
  • Harmless odor
  • Dries rapidly
  • Gives an ideal base for a finishing coat

A.S Spray Paints Usage Directions

Pre Treatment
The surface should be clean, dry and free of grease. Remove loose old lacquer and rust and sand the surface.
The surface should be clean, dry and free of grease. The aerosol should have room temperature. Best processing temperature 15 to 25°C. Before use, shake the aerosol for 2 minutes and spray a sample. Distance to the surface to be treated approximately 25 to 30 centimetre. Apply the primer in several thin layers. Before applying the next layer, again shake the aerosol. After use, clean the valve (turn aerosol upside down and press the nozzle for approximately 5 seconds).
Tips for spray painting:
  • Store the aerosol in a dry place.
  • Protect the object and the surrounding area from spray mist.
  • Temperature should range between +15°C and +25°C, max. air humidity 60 %.
  • Protect from direct sunlight and other sources of heat.
  • Use only during dry weather, in places protected from the wind and in well-ventilated rooms.
  • Follow the warning texts on the labels
For a good finish, it is essential to prepare the surface well, sanding to provide a key and thoroughly degreasing with naphtha (panel wipe). Areas not to be painted should be masked, although for repair work it is important to avoid spraying a full coat right up to the masking tape, which will leave a hard line; it is better to fade the new paint into the existing paint, especially if the color is difficult to match. The flow of paint should be started or stopped on the masked area rather than over the area intended to be painted, as aerosols often discharge "blobs" of paint under these conditions. Coats should be built up lightly enough to avoid runs, but a "dry" finish must be avoided by spraying too thinly or from too far away. The optimum distance between the can and workpiece is around one foot (30cm). Most automotive paints will require a clear lacquer after the color coat, normally 24 hours later. The color coat should be well matted down with very fine abrasive paper before applying the lacquer.