Chartreuse Neon - Shimrin (1st Gen) Neon Basecoat, 1/2 Pint House of Kolor

Chartreuse Neon - Shimrin (1st Gen) Neon Basecoat, 1/2 Pint House of Kolor

Item#: HOK NE508-HP
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Details
  • Shimrin Neons have a limited color fastness in the direct sun so an overall project in Neon is not recommended
  • Universal basecoat that may be simply cleared for a final finish or in graphics and artwork
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Weight: 1.0 lb

Overview

Eye-grabbing graphic impact

Shimrin Neons are designed for hard-hitting high visual impact. Perfect for highlights on race cars, boats and signage where eye-catching intensity is craved. We recommend clear coating with our HOK Urethane clear which contains much more UV absorbers than other standard clears ? thus reducing possible sun fade. Shimrin Neons have a limited color fastness in the direct sun, so an overall project in Neon is not recommended. Universal basecoat that may be simply cleared for a final finish or in graphics and artwork.

Important: Limited light fastness in the sun. Use where high visual impact is important & light fastness is not.

Note: Monitors vary - onscreen colors are for general color reference only.

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Bright color

Neon Chartreuse is about the same color as Prestone anti-freeze. Covered well over white base. I added clear basecoat binder to it, to make it adhere better.

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