Part Number CF2-C01GAL is one gallon of CF2-C0 fluorescent coating. The CF2-C01GAL Clear Jellyfish Blue Black Light Paint is a very durable paint that goes on absolutely clear. The difference between using a water based paint and the paint will be the strength and type of coating. The oil based black light paints create a hard glass like surface. Fishing lures and other items that take a beating need to use our oil based paints such as our CF2-C0 Clear Jellyfish Blue. When under Risk Reactor black light activation, the film produced by the paint fluoresces a strong, bright ultra violet blue. The IF2-C0 is thinner than the CF2-C0 both are the same solvents, same type of solids, same effects. Both go on water clear and only show up under ultra violet energy.
Benefits of Risk Reactor's CF2-C01GAL Clear Blue Oil Based Black Light Paint:
Clear Jellyfish Blue is an intense blue under Risk Reactor black light but yet clear in regular light!
Excellent water resistance!
Use in cosmic bowling alley events.
Perfect for mixing with our other oil based paints!
Strong durable acrylic coating!
Goes on water clear in regular light!
Use as a base for making your own paint!
Protects paint underneath!
Cleans up with MEK, acetone, xylene, paint thinner, and other solvents!
Can be used on just about any surface!
Meets ASTM C1315!
CF2-C01GAL is used In:
Theatrical, dorm rooms, arts and crafts, exhibits, displays, hidden image art, youth rooms, bars, night clubs, restaurants, theme parks, and of course fun.
Technical Information for a gallon of CF2-C01GAL:
Film Type: Acrylic
Film Thickness: Produces a 2 mil. Dry Film.
Coverage: Approximately 300 sq. ft. per gallon.
Drying Time: At 75°F (24°C), it dries to the touch in about 30 minutes. Can be recoated in 1-2 hours.
Cleaning Up: Use most solvents such as mineral spirits, xylene, toluene, lacquer thinner, MEK, etc.
Flash Point: 116 F
Shelf Life: Minimum 24 months.
Packaging: Gallon, Pint and Ounce Containers.
How to Use the CF2-C01GAL:
This product can be used on just about any surface. The closer the surface is to white the brighter the fluorescent color. Black and dark colors tend to absorb light diminishing the fluorescent effect. Prepare the surface as you would with any other type of paint. This is a oil based paint so check for adhesion, dissolving, etc. on small section before painting the entire surface. Work in a well ventilated room when using any oil based paint.