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Evercoat Coloring Agents
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Evercoat Coloring Agents are available in red, white, blue, yellow, brown, blue, and black
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Evercoat Coloring Agents Customer Questions and Answers

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I want to turn white marine tek into "off white", what pigment do I need ?

Asked on 05/22/2015 by Nelson Brice

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Since most people refer to off white as a slightly yellowed or aged white I would think the yellow in very small amount would probably get you there or you may have to add an even smaller amount of brown to tone down the yellow and make it more aged. You are going to want to be careful to not get in a hurry and add too much, there is no going back unless you have a lot of white to add back in.

Answered on 05/24/2015 by Andy Ballinger
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I was able to achieve the color of my Flicka 20's gelcoat, which is a creamy off-white by using yellow and brown in close to equal amounts. Start with less than the amount of gelcoat you need, mix the pigments to obtain the color you want and add more white to back off if you went too dark. For me, the product darkened somewhat as it cured so I made it slightly lighter. Mix the color in the type of light source that the final coating will be viewed in (natural or artificial light. By the time I had the tint just right I had plenty of product to do the job and some left over for future repairs.

Answered on 05/23/2015 by CHRISTOPHER QUINT
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Can these agents be added to epoxy repair products like Marinetex, without affecting their performance?

Asked on 05/20/2020 by Tom from PA

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Yes but it is possible to add too much tint.

Answered on 06/02/2020 by Paul
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how much epoxy will this tube color?

Asked on 02/22/2012 by Charles White

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When I placed an order for this item is was substituted by the company for a 2 oz blue coloring agent that only cost 7.99 that is also available to order on this website. I used only a teaspoon of the pigment to a whole quart of gluvitz gelcoat and it made it a very dark royal blue to match well with the rest of my boats paint job.So I guess I can best say a little bit goes a LONG way.

Answered on 04/16/2012 by MICHEL BALLARD
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Can I add the coloring agent myself or should I have the store mix it for me?

Asked on 11/01/2011 by Dee Price

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Its very easy to mix in yourself.. just be sure to stir thouroughly when mixing and continually while using the product.

Answered on 04/16/2012 by MICHEL BALLARD
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