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Majic Clear Coat Lacquer, Clear, 1 gal., 8-2999-1

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Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer is a premium clear coat formulated to provide excellent durability and gloss retention. Apply over properly cured Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel.

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Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer is a premium clear coat formulated to provide excellent durability and gloss retention. Apply over properly cured Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel.

Specifications

Specification Description
Product Weight 7.88 lb./gal
Color No Color
Dry to Touch 8 hrs
Operating Temperature Range 50 - 90 deg. F
Product Height 7.75 in.
Type Lacquer
Interior and/or Exterior Use Exterior
Finish High Gloss
Transparency Transparent
Country of Origin Made in USA
Flash Point <50 deg. F
Coverage Area 458 sq. ft./gal
Recommended Number of Coats 2
Surface Compatibility For exterior use applied over properly cured Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel. Surface must be clean, dry and free of dust, dirt, oil and grease. Not recommended for direct use on wood surfaces.
Finish Gloss
Brand Majic
Container Type Metal gal.
Type Oil-Based
Package Type Can
Product Length 6.13 in.
Time Before Recoating 24 hrs.
Application Method Best applied by spray application. Apply by spray at a rate not to exceed 3.5 mils wet (approx 450 sq feet per gal.).
Product Width 7.5 in.
Package Size 1 gallon
Warranty N/A
VOC Content % 550 gms/ltr
Special Feature(s) Acrylic modified for exceptional protection and durability. Non-Yellowing gloss finish. UV resistant - protects against color fading.
Container Size Gallon
Base Material Oil Base
Part Number 8-2999-1
Manufacturer Part Number 8-2999-1

Reviews

Majic Clear Coat Lacquer, Clear, 1 gal., 8-2999-1 is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sprays and Shines like High Dollar Clear Coat I needed to match a custom flame job, repainting the hood ro match the fenders and sides. I happened to be on Tractor Supply and noticed the Majic Clear Lacquer for a very, very competitive price for a quart of clear and the hardener. Actually it was at the best price I've ever seen. It's not "lacquer" but urethane. Sprays well, flows well and the gloss matched the original PPG clear. Dries quckly enough. Dry to the touch within half hour. Cleans up with lacquer thinner.
Date published: 2020-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Questions for other reviewers. What was the flash time from base to clear and did y’all mix hardener and reducer with the clear? I asked this based on other reviews. Seems they either waited to long between base or they didn’t mix hardener hahaha. So here’s my experience. In short worked perfectly. Super impressed as I paint cars regularly. I used this on a truck that already had this brand on it. Used it to not mix and risk blistering between automotive and this oil based paint. It was pleasantly easy and bright and glossy.
Date published: 2020-07-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't do it! Used the oil based enamel several coats on a motorcycle tank same brand let dry for a couple of months literally. Used this laquer clear over it and it's still not hard after two weeks. If you touch the tank it feels dry but leaves a finger print. This has cost me so much work and time. It's junk don't use it. My suggestion don't clear coat at all unless it's 1k or something expensive.
Date published: 2020-07-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from good price sprays good looks good but the drying time is way to long ,i cleared a bass boat 2 weeks ago still not cured--lawn mower deck with the enamel still not cured --i sprayed a 2 boat motors and they are good and dry cause i used the hardner from tracter supply ,i sprayed a bass boat trailer 2 years ago it still looks good,
Date published: 2020-06-03
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Questions & Answers

can I paint this clear coat on top of an oil base enamel paint?

Asked by: dennis M
Yes, you can paint this clear coat of top of Majic oil-base enamel paints. Other brands, and/or other types of oil base enamels should be thoroughly tested for compatibility prior to committing to the entire job, or project.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2019-06-11

will this clear coat be ok to spray on bare metal?? I am doing a vw beetle painting color on the inside, but wanted a bare metal finish on the outside.thought if it would protect it from rusting I would clear it inside and out.

Asked by: robscott
Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer could be applied directly to clean, bare metal &ndash; and will provide corrosion resistance, but to a lesser level than that of the Majic T&amp;I Enamel (and primer) level. Since Majic Clear Coat is essentially designed to coat over Majic T&amp;I Enamel, to provide a higher sheen and greater UV resistance, the amount of corrosion resistant components are not the same as those products coming in more in contact with bare metal. Therefore, in order to maximize the product&rsquo;s ability to prevent rust, I would recommend that the surface be clean, and free of all dust, dirt, and other surface contaminants that may inhibit the adhesion of Majic Clear Coat - then apply between 2 &ndash; 3 coats of Majic Clear Coat (at the recommended spread rate of 3.5 mils wet). Applied at this rate, will provide 2-3 mils of a tough &amp; durable Dry Film Thickness.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2019-06-11

i painted and clear coated my truck with the majic paint and majic clear coat ,my question is ,how long do i wait before i can wash my truck , thanks

Asked by: TALL
Once Clear Coat has been applied to the properly cured Tractor &amp; Implement Enamel, we advise waiting approximately 2 weeks before subjecting to a detergent car wash. The reason for this is finishes, such as Majic Clear Coat, dry reasonably fast &ndash; but don&rsquo;t actually &ldquo;cure&rdquo; to their ultimate hardness for approximately 14 &ndash; 20 days. Caustic detergents can further soften a partially cured film, and cause voids into the continual film that may allow for moisture intrusion.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2019-07-29

Can I use this over acrylic enamel?

Asked by: airstreamer34
Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer is an acrylic-modified-alkyd coating, that gives a deeper protective gloss to the Majic Tractor, Truck &amp; Implement coating system, and provides greater UV resistance against fading &amp; gloss loss. The solvent structure is different than found with Tractor, Truck &amp; Implement Enamels, and require that the applied enamel be allowed 14 days to &ldquo;cure&rdquo; before applying Clear Coat. Majic Clear Coat is designed to be used in conjunction with Majic Tractor &amp; Implement Enamels, and due to it&rsquo;s unique resin, and solvent, structure &ndash; I would NOT recommend this product be used over products it was not designed for, without thorough testing and observation of the effect Majic Clear Coat would have over an &ldquo;acrylic enamel&rdquo;.
Answered by: SamW
Date published: 2019-12-25

Can Majic Clear be sprayed over Majic Aluminum paint to give a glossier look?

Asked by: Sarge85
No we do not recommend using this product over Majic Aluminum under some conditions it may cause wrinkling or lifting.
Answered by: Alicia M
Date published: 2018-05-01

Based off previous responses, you're not supposed to add hardener or reducer. My question is, how durable is the clear coat to things like UV rays and bird droppings? And what would happen if hardener and reducer were added?

Asked by: DanielM1980
Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer is a durable, high gloss finish designed, primarily for application over fully-cured Majic Tractor, Truck &amp; Implement Enamels for a higher, deeper gloss to the finish system, AND to provide greater UV protection for better color stability and gloss retention. Magic Clear Coat will have slightly greater resistance to environmental issues such as bird droppings, but keep in mind that bird droppings, chemical spills, etc. can attack many types of finishes, causing anything from film discoloration, to removal. These types of exposures should be cleaned immediately with a soft cloth dampened with a mild detergent - then, for best results the surface should be protected against future damage by periodically applying a layer of a quality, synthetic auto polish. Just as with automotive paints, an application of a high quality synthetic polish may, at least sacrificially, protect a paint film against damages caused by bird droppings, mild chemical spills, acid rain, etc. - and many polishes have UV inhibitors built into their waxes &amp; polishes to temporarily stave off the damaging effects of sunlight. Regarding Reducers and Catalyst Hardeners - Majic Clear Coat HG Lacquer has similar properties to, but is a different resin structure than, Majic Tractor &amp; Implement Enamels. A catalyst hardener reacts with specific organic compounds to form a polyurethane molecule which strengthens a paint film and accelerates the overall curing of a film. Magic Clear Coat does not contain this organic functionality so there is nothing for the catalyst hardener to react with. If you were to add the catalyst hardener to Majic Clear Coat, one of several things may happen..(1) the catalyst, in search of something to react with, will pull moisture from the air to react with (moisture cure) - so it will still &quot;harden&quot; - and while this would do little damage to the film, it may cause an indelible blush to form within the film that would make the finish appear &quot;cloudy&quot; or &quot;milky&quot;...other possibilities are the mixture could over-react (causing cracking and film &quot;crazing&quot;, or under-react causing drying/curing issues...or have no affect at all. The best reaction would be no affect at all, but there'd be no advantage, no benefit, and too great a risk of the other listed problems - and therefore, NOT RECOMMENDED. Reducing Majic Clear Coat is not recommended. This product is packaged as &quot;spray ready&quot; and is best applied through conventional spray, at about 30 psi and a 1.4 tip. If atmospheric conditions (cool temperatures, high humidity) cause issues with application, atomization or flow - stop spraying until conditions are within the &quot;allowable&quot; range. The solvent structure of Majic Clear Coat is unique, and will not blend well with more conventional solvents...do NOT reduce, nor clean-up, with Lacquer Thinner. Remember when working with any of the products discussed here to follow application directions carefully. Apply Majic Tractor &amp; Implement Primers and Enamels in thin coats, and allow a minimum of 24 hours between coats. Magic Clear Coat is to be applied in thin coats, and allow a minimum of 8 hours between coats. Too heavy an application, and/or recoating too soon, will result in a film that won't dry &quot;hard&quot; for several days....or longer.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2019-12-25

How many coats can be used before it begins to inhibit the finish quality? I wish to use as many as possible and then wait through the FULL cure period and then wet sand and buff then later wax to give me the sharpest &amp; longest lasting finish possible

Asked by: Jacob93
Majic Clear Coat High Gloss &ldquo;Lacquer&rdquo; is a durable, high gloss finish - designed for use over fully cured, Majic Tractor, Truck &amp; Implement Enamels - to provide a greater &ldquo;depth of image&rdquo; to the finish, and to better protect the enamel finish from the damaging effects of the sun (UV light). 2 coats of Clear Coat are generally all that is needed to achieve this protection &amp; appearance, but a 3rd coat could be applied for slightly greater depth &amp; gloss &ndash; beyond 3 coats would not be recommended. The final coat of Majic Tractor, Truck &amp; Implement Enamel (color) needs to cure for 2 weeks prior to applying Clear Coat. Majic Clear Coat needs to be applied in reasonably thin coats (recommended 3.5 mils wet), and for best results, should be given a full 24 hours between coats - Majic Clear Coat is provided as &ldquo;ready-to-spray&rdquo; and reduction in not required, nor recommended &ndash; and best results will be realized when material is applied between 65-85&deg; F., with relative humidity &le; 50% (application during cooler temps and/or higher humidity will slow film drying &amp; cure). Do not use a Catalyst Hardener with Majic Clear Coat.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2020-07-27

Is the Majic clear coat resistant to fuel when cured ?

Asked by: poptheclutch
Yes, though we recommend avoiding prolonged contact.
Answered by: MatthewL
Date published: 2019-12-25
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