Yes. Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Primers & Enamels spray very well by way of conventional spray, HVLP, and Air-assisted Airless. Because of Majic T&I product’s solids content, they will need to be reduced (thinned) for spray application at a rate of 8:1 with Majic Reducer*, #8-0750 (8 parts T&I Kubota Orange to 1 part Majic Reducer). *Majic Reducer is a proprietary blend of “exempt” solvents that allow the host product to remain VOC compliant. This ratio is plus-or-minus, meaning that more, or less, reduction may be necessary depending on your equipment, the atmospheric conditions at the time of application, and of course, your personal preferences…8:1 is a good place to start. Remember that when spray Tractor & Implement products, it is critical that they be applied in thin coats (recommended 2.5 mils wet), then allow a minimum of 24 hours between coats. Product applied too heavy, and/or recoated too soon, will result in a film that won’t dry “hard” for several days…or longer. 2 coats are generally recommended over primer, or over a clean, & sound, existing coating. Option #1: Majic Catalyst Hardener, #8-0950, may be added to the final coat of Kubota Orange, for accelerated cure time, and a harder, more durable finish. Option #2: Majic Clear Coat High Gloss Lacquer may be applied over Kubota Orange for a higher, deeper gloss, and for greater color & gloss retention (UV resistance).
Date published: 2019-05-10