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Majic No Hunting Purple Spray Paint, No Hunting Purple, Spray

SKU: 103102199
Majic No Hunting Purple Spray Paint, No Hunting Purple, Spray
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Majic No Hunting Purple Spray Paint can save landowners time and expense in controlling hunter access to their land. In recognition of the task facing landowners in posting their property, the process was simplified through a law that has been passed by many states.

  • Get the same legal message by placing an identifying purple paint mark on posts or trees around the area to be posted

Specification Description
Finish: Flat
Package Type: Can
Warranty: N/A
Type: Oil-Based
Application: Exterior
Package Size: 0.375 Quart
Brand: Majic
Manufacturer Part Number 8-20860-8

"through a law that has been passed by many states" What are the listed states?

Asked by: MattZ19
When used correctly, this product can save landowners time and expense in controlling hunter access on their land. For use in states that are regulated by “No Hunting” Purple Paint Statutes, which include: Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, North Carolina, Florida, Michigan, Illinois, Texas, and Maine.
Answered by: MatthewL
Date published: 2019-09-22

how long should this product last on a tree ?

Asked by: Yeat
Re-paint 1X per year to maintain highest possible visibility, or as necessary depending on exposure to UV light and environmental conditions.
Answered by: MatthewL
Date published: 2019-01-17
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