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Interlux Flattening Agent for Two Part Finishes
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Interlux Flattening Agent for Two Part Polyurethane paints to reduce gloss
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Interlux Flattening Agent for Two Part Finishes Customer Questions and Answers

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The product datasheet clearly states not to be used on walkways or high traffic areas. It seems like a lot of people use it in those exact locations to bring the glare down. So is it OK to use there or will it cause the finish to wear too quickly?

Asked on 07/11/2016 by Justin Howell

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I just finished restoring my 50 year of Chris craft. I used the flatting agent mixed with interlux 2 part perfection on my walk around top deck and added inter thane nonskid product. Very hard finish. Not sure what you wanted to paint but in my case I feel this will be around for many years.

Answered on 07/12/2016 by CLYNES (238201)
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I used it on my back deck and have had no problems after 2 months of use.

Answered on 07/11/2016 by EDWARD DIPPEL

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Sorry, don't have a clue on that one.

Answered on 07/11/2016 by JOHN WEEMS

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We bought the flattener to bring down the sheen for a white tung and groove ceiling we installed on our Sabre 38 sailboat. The paint was fairly easy to work with and yielded a beautiful result. Can't really comment on the slipperiness!

Answered on 07/12/2016 by MARG MOJZAK
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does the flattening agent come in colors like the paint ?

Asked on 03/20/2015 by don gilmore

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No. The flattening agent is a 2 part clear mixture and it won't affect the color of your paint. If you like you can call me. Bob 757-617-8422. I've used it quite a bit on my boat.

Answered on 03/20/2015 by Bob Simelaro
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No, it doesn't. I'm about to use it for the first time myself (probably next week). My understanding is that it can alter the color of the paint that it's being added to, but that it's hard to predict (depending on color used) how much it will change. I'm hoping that it won't affect mine much, but am resigned to possibly having to apply another coat, if necessary.

Answered on 03/20/2015 by JON TIPPIN
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