Ceramic-like Epoxy Enamel.
Outstanding for wear resistance, hardness, gloss, color retention, adhesion, permanence, and durability. Protects against exposure to water, salt, weather, fuels, oils, alkalis, detergents, solvents, and diluted acids. Use on bath tubs, tiles, sinks, tanks, masonry, and more. Stands up to harsh environments and atmospheric conditions. Resists salt spray in marine applications. Apply with brush or spray gun.
Three coats are recommended for porcelain refinishing. Standard base for subsequent clear coats. Requires no primer.
TYPICAL TEST RESULTS
|Typical Test Results|
|Application||Brush or Spraygun|
|Color||White (Custom Colors Available)|
|Coverage Per Gal||200 sq. ft. x 4 mil|
Customer Questions & Answers
Q I have an iron rust stain in toilet bowl that I’ve tried straight muriatic acid on without remova... answer nowAsked by August 26, 2019 9:08 amonAnswered by the admin
Call 800-445-1754 to speak with our technical department.
Q What is the cure time? Kromakote? Is it self leveling? answer nowAsked by June 10, 2019 11:59 amonAnswered by the admin
It should be sprayed, brushed or rolled on. Overnight should work well for curing.
Q The spec sheet calls for ABOSOLV 8006-38 as a thinner for spraying, but I don't see that listed o... answer nowAsked by April 24, 2019 1:30 pmonAnswered by the admin
It does not come with a thinner. If you wanted one you would have to order it separately. Please call our technical department at 800-445-1754 for your specific application questions.
Q What clear coat do you recommend to use over the Kromakote? answer nowAsked by April 21, 2019 8:41 amonAnswered by the admin
It's not necessary to use a clear coat over the Kromakote.
Q How do you clean and prep the surface ? Steel wool? Special cleaners? answer nowAsked by April 7, 2019 9:47 pmonAnswered by the admin
Surface preparation is essential for good adhesion. Prepare the surface to be coated by removing, dirt, grease and coatings. Roughening the surface by sanding, sandblasting or acid etching (hydrofluoric acid for tile and ceramics) is recommended.