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Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel, Cub Cadet Yellow, 1 qt.

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Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel is a durable, heavy-duty alkyd enamel specially formulated for excellent adhesion, and resistance to weathering and corrosion.

  • May be applied by brush or spray
  • Dries to a high gloss finish
  • For use on iron, steel, aluminum and properly primed galvanized metal

Specification Description
Finish: Gloss
Warranty: N/A
Product Type: Automotive Paint
Application: Tractor
Type: Oil-Based
Package Size: 1 Quart
Package Type: Can
Brand: Majic
Manufacturer Part Number 8-2944-2
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Corrected typo: Does this enamel require a hardener if brushing or rolling on and what is the average drying time if used without a hardener?

Asked by: RudyP
Cub Cadet Yellow (and all Majic Tractor & Implement Enamels) dry very hard, and durable, (when applied according to package directions) and do not require a Catalyst Hardener for drying or proper cure. The benefit of increased hardness and accelerated “cure” will be realized with the use of a Catalyst Hardener – but a Catalyst Hardener is strictly an optional additive. “Dry” time is affected by so many factors (applied thickness, number of coats applied, heat & humidity conditions at the time of application, reduction types and ratios, etc.), but when applied in thin coats (2.5 mils wet), and recoated after 24 hours, in temps between 70-90 degrees F. with relative humidity at < 50%, the “dry-through” time will be approximately 12-15 hours (recoat time will always be a minimum of 24 hours). Brushing and rolling can pose problems for drying as they both, typically, will apply product heavier than recommended. I recommend the product be reduced at 10% when brushing & rolling to better control the applied thickness. Majic Catalyst Hardener states that, when mixed with Majic T&I Enamels, the ”dry” time will be accelerated by up to 40%...and that is true, except that the “dry” time referred to is the ultimate “cure” time (the point where the film reaches maximum hardness and adhesion). So – the “tack-free”, “dry-to-touch”, “dry-through” and “dry-to-recoat” times will be the same whether a Catalyst Hardener is used, or not. I know this sounds confusing – the terms “dry” and “cure” are often times used synonymously in this industry - the use of a catalyst will accelerate the cure time, but have very little effect on the dry times mentioned above
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-08-29

How we’ll does this paint hold up to heat. Specific application I have in mind is a small air cooled single cylinder engine block and head.

Asked by: Dave123456789
You would probably be fine with Majic T&I Cub Cadet Yellow in this application. While not considered to be “high-heat” resistant coatings, they will withstand temps in the range of 250+ degrees F° on a regular basis. If you do not know the range, the temperature range should be measured by way of a non-contact, infra-red thermometer, before painting.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-03-07
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