Lexington FenceCoat Acrylic Lacquer Fence Paint, 5 gal., Black at Tractor Supply Co.
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Lexington FenceCoat Acrylic Lacquer Fence Paint, 5 gal., Black

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Lexington FenceCoat Acrylic Lacquer Fence Paint is a highly economical black acrylic lacquer formulated specifically for wood plank fences in the equine industry. This product dries to an extremely tough and durable semi-gloss finish that will not chalk, peel or rub off. Can be applied over virtually any type of marginally prepared, painted or unpainted, surface with excellent results. This product is lead-free and safe around valuable livestock. Also makes an economical coating for barns, sheds, silos and metal or concrete buildings. It is not recommended for interior application.

  • 5 gallon pail
  • Oil based
  • Semi-gloss
  • Black

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Product Type: Exterior Paint
Brand: Lexington
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Lexington FenceCoat Acrylic Lacquer Fence Paint, 5 gal., Black is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Second time buying Great coverage...really shines..weather resistant, fast drying.. will buy again and again.. thanks Lexington.. great product..great price too!
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unfortunately, Does Not Last We did a ton of research before we found this product and used it to paint a LOT of fencing here on our horse farm. Smells horrible, but it goes on well and really covers. We had high hopes that we wouldn't be back this year looking for paint again. Unfortunately, here we are. This paint fades and looks very tired after less than a year. Starting all over again with another product.
Date published: 2018-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Goes further than the can indicated. I was able to complete my job with half the material I bought, which I did based on the calculation on can. Happy so far. I ordered spray tip recommended on can with 6" fan and knocked it out. Wind blew a bunch back on me so I'd use some sort of face shield next time.
Date published: 2017-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super Shine..... Very Happy with product... I even forgot my paint brush in can and it didn't gunk up....great coverage..easy to apply. Will use again..great price too...the other fence paint from a popular store doesn't hold a candle to this Lexington..
Date published: 2017-10-19
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hi,  does this paint come in white? 

Asked by: barn manager
We currently only have this available in black.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-04-07

Can this product be used in a airless sprayer

Asked by: Gramby
This can be used in an airless sprayer. The airless spray requirements are as follows: Rating - 0.66 gal. per minute minimum. Pressure - 180 to 2500 PSI. Filter - 10 mesh suction strainer, 30 mesh pump filter recommended. Tip - .019" to .023".
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-05-26

Can this the fence coat acrylic paint be applied over old asphalt black paint. The asphalt black only lasted 3-4 years before it faded and flaked off.

Asked by: g7676
Yes, it can.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-06-05

What is the shelf life? Partially used pail? Any recommendations for maintaining in storage?

Asked by: leadbottom
Below is the response we received from the manufacturer in regards to your question. "So here's the issue with keeping Fencecoat Black. 1st the upside, Fencecoat Black is not temperature sensitive so no need to worry if it is stored in a garage, out building or a barn. What this product does is settle. The pigment will eventually fall to the bottom of the pail and will require mixing before it can be used again. This is usually not a problem unless it sits for a long period of time because that pigment can get hard. If it does harden then there is nothing you can do to reverse it. They should go out every 3 months or so and try to "shake" the paint up a little. They can turn the pail upside down just long enough to mix it but do not leave it that way. The rubber seal will break down and leak paint. The best thing to do honestly, is just use the paint by putting a 2nd coat on the most visible part of the fence. Usually the entrance area. It's such a cheap product that it is better to use it then worry about trying to keep it from settling."
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2018-01-31

Does the manufacturer recommend spraying or using a brush? There is at least one review that suggests spraying is a problem.

Asked by: mainsail
The manufacturer recommends either or based on personal preference. We do advise If using a sprayer it must be used with an industrial sprayer or it will eat the paint.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2018-04-02

Lacquer? Thins with lacquer thinner? Or is lacquer just a name and it's oil based and thins with mineral spirits?

Asked by: sambam
Yes, this is a lacquer that thins with lacquer thinner. A lacquer is a liquid made of shellac dissolved in alcohol, or of synthetic substances, that dries to form a hard protective coating for wood, metal, etc.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-01-31

The contents of the bucket sounds pretty thin. I plan to spray it on a wood fence went the wood has completely dried. If I use a Graco 319 tip does it need to be thinned? If so what ratio?

Asked by: Bent Oaks Farm
No thinning is required, a 319 tip is fine for your fence but you might have even better results with a 323 tip. As long as your sprayer can handle lacquer based paints, you should be good to go.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2017-09-22

Does it wash off with water?

Asked by: RHam6602
It will not wash off with water. The manufacturer suggest using diesel, gas, paint thinner or lacquer thinner.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-01-31
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