Fluorescent Concentrates have a short lifetime because of the limited “light-fastness” in the sun and are therefore not recommended for overall refinishing or when long life of the color application is required. All Fluorescent Concentrates should be applied over a bright white base for maximum brightness. Additionally, the bright white base can be tinted with Fluorescent Concentrates, usually 10% before reducing. This will give the base a pastel tint of the fluorescent that will be applied afterwards, helping with the coverage. The base should be allowed sufficient time to dry, typically 30 minutes after the last coat, before applying Fluorescent Concentrates.
Shake or stir thoroughly. All Fluorescent Concentrates should be mixed with clear.
Set air pressure to 45-60 psi for non-HVLP and 8-10 psi at the cap for HVLP equipment. Use a gun equipped with 1.2-1.3 nozzle for small projects and 1.3-1.4 nozzle for large projects.
Note: Always clear Fluorescent Concentrates with the highest quality two-component urethane clear coat for maximum color hold-out and UV protection. Always spray a test panel to confirm color and check coverage. Additionally, always spray full passes when applying Fluorescent Concentrates to avoid dark areas where panels overlap.