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Majic Clear Coat Lacquer, Clear, 1 gal.

SKU: 103095999
Majic Clear Coat Lacquer, Clear, 1 gal.
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Majic Clear Coat Lacquer is a premium clear coat formulated to provide excellent durability and gloss retention.

  • Apply over properly cured Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel

Specification Description
Finish: Gloss
Type: Oil-Based
Package Size: 1 gallon
Warranty: N/A
Package Type: Can
Brand: Majic
Manufacturer Part Number 8-2999-1
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Can it be applied to wood also

Asked by: bobbbbo
I would NOT recommend Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer for use on most wood surfaces
Answered by: Alicia M
Date published: 2018-06-11

I see that you should weight 14 day,s befor spraying the clear coat.but should the surface be washed or sanded first

Asked by: brumbi57
We recommend that the final coat of enamel be allowed to dry (cure) 14 days prior to applying Clear Coat, so that the enamel hardens up to it’s maximum level of solvent resistance (wrinkling may occur if applied sooner than 14 days)… After 14 days, the enamel coat should be washed with a very mild, phosphate-free detergent & soft rag (to remove any surface dust, dirt or other contaminants that may inhibit the adhesion of Clear Coat) – then for best results, the enamel surface should be lightly scuff-sanded with 350 grit paper for a greater mechanical bond between Clear Coat & Tractor & Implement Enamel. Any sanding dust should be removed by high pressure air, and/or by ragging surface with mineral spirits and allow to dry. Once dry, spray apply 1 or 2 thin coats of Majic Clear Coat, un-thinned, and allow a minimum of 6-8 hours between coats.
Answered by: MitchellW
Date published: 2019-04-22

I see that the clear coat is recommended to be applied over fully cured paint. My question is, what would happen if it was applied to the paint before it had fully cured? And how long does it the paint take to cure usually?

Asked by: DanielM1980
Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamels are hard-drying, corrosion resistant, oil/alkyd coatings that exhibit exceptional adhesion and durability to the surface being painted. There are many factors that will affect the actual cure time of an applied film, including applied thickness, number of coats applied, atmospheric conditions at the time of application, etc. Generally speaking, an oil/alkyd coating dries “hard” (cures) between 7-10 days – when applied in strict accordance to label directions, with particular attention to the recommended applied thickness (2.5 mils wet), and allowable recoat times… We recommend the final coat of Majic Tractor & Implement Enamel be allowed to cure 14 days, and be fully cured, before applying Majic Clear Coat. Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer has a slightly different resin structure (acrylic modified alkyd) than does the T&I Enamel, and a “hotter” blend of solvents – these solvents could “attack” a soft film that hasn’t fully cured (causing wrinkling, or lifting). Once the final coat of Majic T&I Enamel has cured, make sure the surface is clean, and lightly scuff the surface (fine scotch brite pad, or 400+ grit paper) for a stronger mechanical bond between coats.
Answered by: tbelton
Date published: 2019-09-12

Hi, can the clear coat be sanded, buffed, and polished? Also, can the Alkyd colors be sanded, buffed, and polished? Thanks!

Asked by: Old track
Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer is not the same product type, nor resin, as is automotive clears. Majic Clear Coat is an acrylic modified alkyd coating that, when applied over cured Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamels, provides greater UV protection than the enamel, by itself, will yield. It is a coating designed to enhances, and preserve gloss against the reacaging effects of UV light (sunlight). Having said that – Yes, Majic Clear Coat, and Alkyd Enamel Colors, can be sanded with very fine papers, or finishing pads, to remove texture (such as “orange-peel”) from the surface, to an ultra-smooth feel and appearance, then polished (with automotive polish and/or wax) to restore a highly reflective gloss appearance. We do recommend waiting 30 days after application of Clear Coat, for the film to cure completely, before sanding/buffing & polishing.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2019-02-13

Can you add metallic flake or pearl powder to the clear to spice up a finish?  Thanks

Asked by: Daveyman220
Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer is primarily designed to give additional gloss and UV protection to applied coats of Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamels. These are not automotive finishes, and this type of application is not one we've conducted a great deal of testing on... Introducing pearl to the Clear Coat should be done sparingly, and in powder form only. It may take multiple coats to achieve the desired finish, and it's always a good idea to test application onto scrap surfaces before committing to the entire job... Regarding metal flake, I would recommend staying with a micro sequence metal flake (.004 -.008) and applying with Clear to achieve the desired level of flake/brilliance. Once achieved, apply 1 or 2 coats of Clear Coat over flake containing Clear to bury the rough "profile" created by the metal flake.
Answered by: Alicia M
Date published: 2019-07-12

What size tip should I use for spraying 8-22999. Gallon

Asked by: Fasteddie 3
A: Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer is a ready-to-spray clear, designed to provide a richer, deeper gloss – and greater UV protection (from color fading and loss of gloss), when applied over Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel that has cured for a minimum of 14 days. Surface must be clean & dry, before applying clear coat… When spraying Clear Coat, reduction is not necessary, nor recommended – and do not use a Catalyst Hardener with Majic Clear Coat. For best results, apply with a 1.3 tip, at an applied thickness of 3.5-4.0 mils (wet).
Answered by: CodyP
Date published: 2019-06-11
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