Gloss Enamel Golden Yellow

Excellent outdoor durability and an extremely flexible high gloss ink system distinguishes the Gloss Enamel series form all other inks. These inks have excellent adhesion to a wide range of difficult substrates and are ideal for printing of both solid coats and fine detail.

The Gloss Enamel series air dries by oxidation within 2 to 4 hours under normal conditions, the system may be force dried by curing at 82 Deg. C (180 Deg.F) for approximately 30 minutes.

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Gloss Enamel Golden Yellow -  
 
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$94
1L

GJS Code: 605051

Manuf. Code: F5934/1

Shipping Weight: 1kg

Gloss Enamel Golden Yellow -  
 
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$364
4L

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