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Reddit reviews on USC SprayMax 2K Glamour High Gloss Aerosol Clear

Sentiment score: 6
Reddit mentions: 10

We found 10 Reddit mentions of USC SprayMax 2K Glamour High Gloss Aerosol Clear. Here are the top ones.

Spraymax 2k Glamour High Gloss Aerosol Clear Part # 3680061Lasting high glossVery good polish abilityMaximum resistance to abrasion and scratchingManufacture date on can

Found 10 comments on USC SprayMax 2K Glamour High Gloss Aerosol Clear:

u/huckyourmeat · 3 pointsr/AutoDetailing

Below is what I used. I did a few coats and then a quick polish the next day to knock down the little bit of orange peel I had.

2K Glamour High Gloss Clear Coat, Aerosol, 11.8-oz, Pt# 3680061 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0082LJMC6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_tH1uybY71238W

u/cplrampage · 3 pointsr/projectbike

As previously mentioned, spray cans will do just fine for the primer and color. However do not use a regular clear coat for a gas tank, no matter how fuel resistant they say they are, they will still be damaged by gas. You need to get a 2K clear coat, it is a two part paint that will cure and harden and is what is stock on your bikes tank generally. You can buy them in spray cans that have a special valve on the bottom to allow you to mix the two parts.

USC SprayMax 2K Glamour High Gloss Aerosol Clear https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0082LJMC6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_m7qwCbSMY78J1

That is what I used to do my bike last winter, still looks great and is a super hard and scratch resistant finish. The stuff is pretty toxic, you will want to buy a suitable respirator, not just a face mask. You can primer and paint your tank as normal, wait a week or more for all of the solvents in the paint to evaporate (don't rush this, just wait, even if you think it is dry, wait even longer if it is cold out). Once that is done follow the directions on the gloss spray paint. https://imgur.com/Ovmz5mG.jpg

u/thefru · 3 pointsr/gaming

I don't know what OP used, as his finish is more of a matte. But I've had great success with this 2K clear coat.

u/Ialsofuckedyourdad · 2 pointsr/PS4

So after 1 year of the painted ps4 it has held up pretty well overall. Yesterday i disassembled it again to clean up some dust and throw in some new thermal paste ( i just used as5 as it has never let me down before ) the paint had some marks on it from moving, it does appear that even after 6 months the clear coat still hasnt fully hardened yet. If i were to do it again i would use a clear coat with a hardener ( something like this ) but for the most part it looked ok, i waxed it with mothers synthetic wax and it looks 90% as good as it did when i was done painting it.

u/Adric-Customs · 2 pointsr/Gamecube

I’d highly recommend this.


USC SprayMax 2K Glamour High Gloss Aerosol Clear https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0082LJMC6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_Lw5MDbAW4ZCZN

Remember to wear protective gear like glasses and respirator. This stuff is t your granddaddies rattlecans

u/_tanith · 1 pointr/Fixxit

I'm thinking of trying this primer, and something along the lines of this for top coat, and this Spraymax 2k 2 part clear. The clear coat isn't very cheap for an aerosol but I think it will hold up well. Would you recommend still using a white base coat in between the white primer and green top coat?

u/cafeRacr · 1 pointr/bikebuilders

Everyone recommends using this stuff. Supposidly it holds up well vs gasoline. Though it is pretty toxic. You need really good ventilation, filter mask, and make sure you don't have any pets near by. And it's a little pricey.