Interlux Brightside Polyurethane Quart
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Interlux Brightside Polyurethane

Interlux Brightside Polyurethane is the most technically advanced one-part polyurethane available. It contains unique additives that make cleaning easier and help reduce stains and abrasion.

Brightside uses Polyflow 4000, a unique polyurethane resin, which yields excellent flow and leveling characteristics as well as incredible abrasion and chemical resistance. Brightside also takes advantage of the latest in ultraviolet technology which insures longer color and gloss retention.

Together these technologies create a one-part polyurethane which gives the look of a two-part polyurethane with the application ease of a one-part enamel.

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NOTE: Due to differences in monitors the colors shown on this page may not represent actual paint color.

Stage

 

Product

 

Fiberglass

 

Aluminum

 

Wood

 

Steel

 
Clean  Fiberglass Solvent Wash 202 or Special Thinner 216  202  216  216  216 
Filler (if needed)  Surfacing Putty 257  YES  YES  YES  YES 
Primer / Undercoater  Pre-Kote  1-2 coats  1-2 coats  1-2 coats  1-2 coats 
Top Coat  Brightside 1-part  2 coats  2 coats  2 coats  2 coats 
Thinner - Spray  Spray Reducer 216  YES  YES  YES  YES 
Thinner - Brush  Brushing Reducer 333  YES  YES  YES  YES 
Non Skid Additive  Polymeric Noskid Compound 2398c  YES  YES  YES  YES 
WARNING: Cancer - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

BRAND: Interlux
Number Of Parts: One Part
Type: Topside Paint
4.3 122

First time painting

5

The color is stunning.

Bud

New Patlz, NY

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Excellent

5

Restored a 1975 Guppy 13. This paint, when layered thinly & wet-sanded with 300 between coats is phenomenal. Hard enough to withstand light taps & flexible enough to move with the glass in the water.

Steve

new jersey

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Works Great

5

Every quart has worked just as described

Ron

Dallas, GA.

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Jamestown record keeping makes for a perfect color match

5

Fine quality paint, I was able to purchase all three colors as Jamestown had the records of the original paints used! Thanks that made it easy!

Skin &Bones restorations

Massachusetts

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l would buy this product again

5

The paint was very easy to apply and covered in one coat looks good

Chris

Crittenden Ky

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Used on wooden motorboat and fiberglass sailboat

5

Brightside paint is widely recommended among boat builders and restorers. The video showing its application on Jamestown's web site is very helpful. I have used it both on a wooden Glen-L Tuffy 14' runabout I built, as well as on the restoration of a 60s fiberglass Sunfish sailboat. It is important to allow the paint to hard cure for several days before use in the water. A week of dry, warm storage will do this. Be very cautious with the fumes - I first applied this in a paint booth with a good mask, but still suffered from the fumes for months afterwards, mainly through constant sinus problems. I should have ventilated the booth better, but eventually discovered the rolling and tipping method which worked better than spraying anyway. But this too must be ventilated. I set up a box fan that blows across the work, which eliminates most fumes and keeps the bugs away too. Temperature and humidity play a role in quality and drying time, too. Best is to do the work in a shaded area like an open garage or workshop, out of the sun and away from dust and bugs. I generally use two coats of primer before Brightsides. I have used both Interlux primer as well as oil-based Killz from the local hardware store. The Interlux primer covers somewhat better, but both yielded similar final results. As with all such jobs, it is all in the prep work, ie sanding. The primer should be sanded smooth to avoid orange peel in the final coats. I blow off the dust with my shop vac, then do a quick swipe with denatured alcohol. Paint soon after priming as the primer is like a sponge and absorbs moisture from the surrounding air. I live in North Carolina on a lake so the humidity is an issue. Wet sand 600 grit between final coats to get a mirror finish.

Kent

Seven Lakes, North Carolina, USA

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Great paint for furniture and exterior door finish

5

Purchased this product several years ago to paint a couple of wood Adirondack chairs. The finish turned out so great, we considered it again for a front door refinishing project. Stripped the original 110 year old finish off the door down to bare wood. Used two coats of the recommended Interlux Pre-Kote Primer for One-Part Finishes. Sanded with 120G paper in between coats. The finish is amazing and durable. We also have a pretty extreme western sun exposure and the paint holds up well. We have one coat of the Interlux Brightside Polyurethane on the door so far and will probably add two more coats to finish it off. Very happy with the product

Aaron in Texas

Houston, Texas

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very good paint

5

Best paint ever, I brushed it on and it looks like it was sprayed.Only issue was the very long deliver time, I mean weeks.

Ray

Hudson Ma

East to use

5

Just did the first coat. Easy to apply and brush marks fade as it levels out and dries.

jmatz

Traverse City, Mi

Used it before and will use it again.

4

Easy to apply and great results. JD has the best price.

VQ

Merrimac, MA

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Interlux Brightside Polyurethane

4.3122

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