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TotalBoat TotalGold is a 1 part oil alkyd-based paint that boasts a brilliant metallic finish similar in appearance to gold leaf gilding. An excellent and economical alternative to prohibitively expensive real gold, TotalGold is ideal for boat lettering, painting cove stripes, signage, and decorative detail work.
TotalGold demonstrates superior UV and color stability in extensive testing, making it well suited for both indoor and outdoor applications. Apply by brush, roller, or spray on properly prepared fiberglass, brick, wood, aluminum, steel, and previously painted surfaces.
Bonus: Whether you choose pint or quart size, each order includes 2 stir sticks, and 2 paint pots.
|Application Method||Apply by brush, roller, or spray|
|Application Temperature||50 to 90 Degrees F|
|Application Humidity||0 to 90%|
|Number of Coats||1 to 2|
|Film Thickness (per Coat)||1-2 mils dry (3 mils wet)|
|Dry Time ''To Touch''||1-1/2 hours @ 90°F, 3 hours @ 70°F, 6 hours @ 50°F|
|Dry Time ''To Overcoat''||8 hours @ 90°F, 12 hours @ 70°F, 16 hours @ 50°F|
|Vehicle Type||Medium-Oil Alkyd|
|Finish Appearance||Satin (35-40°F)|
|Solids (+/- 2%)||49.80% by Weight, 35% by Volume|
|VOC Content||<524 g/L|
These demanding test conditions are intended to exceed real world durability requirements. At 3,000 hours of non-stop testing, TotalGold continued to show great color and UV stability with zero tarnishing.
Apply TotalGold over fiberglass, gelcoat, previously painted surfaces, primed steel, and wood. Do not use on aluminum without an etching primer such as TotalBoat Aluminum Boat Etch Wash followed by TotalBoat 2-Part Epoxy Primer.
TotalGold has a classic golden appearance, perhaps slightly more yellow than similar paints. All paints of this type have metal flakes that impact appearance. Applying two or three coats minimizes the appearance of streaking so common to gold paints.
Priming, Thinning, Cleanup, and Coverage Information
WARNING: This product can
expose you to chemicals including ethylbenzene and cumene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and n-methylpyrrolidone, which is known to the State of California to cause developmental toxicity. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov