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Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel, Matte Black, 1 gal.

SKU: 103093099
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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
  • For use on iron, steel, aluminum and properly primed galvanized metal

Specification Description
Type: Oil-Based
Warranty: N/A
Package Type: Can
Finish: Matte
Package Size: 1 gallon
Application: Tractor
Brand: Majic
Manufacturer Part Number 8-2959-1
Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel, Matte Black, 1 gal. is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Thick I bought this paint hardner and thinner still too thick to spray take at least 3-4 pints of thinner to spray
Date published: 2018-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Must use the catalyst hardner This stuff works great if you reduce with their reducer and you MUST use their hardener. Buy it separately. Without it, it takes forever to dry and does not have a durable finish. Easy to mix, sprays easy, it is not true matte if you use the hardener, it is half-way to semi-gloss. Looks good!
Date published: 2016-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works like a champ I use this for some metal products I manufacture. I brush a few hard to spray areas first, flows well. Sprays great, I thin with 100% acetone about 2 ounces/quart in warm weather, little more if it's cool. I also use the catalyst hardener which takes a little bit of the "matte" finish off. It's dry enough to handle in 2 hours and hard as a rock after 24 hours. I recoat after 24 hours. I spray direct to metal and have excellent adhesion. I've had excellent durability in products that are outside unprotected 24/7.
Date published: 2015-10-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a good quality paint for cars I bought a gallon of the gloss black. It does not have a gloss hardly at all. Went on with a high gloss and as it dried it started getting hazy. As the days passed and at 1 month later paint is very hazy with oxidation . I do not recommend using this paint for a vehicle unless you don't care if it states shinney or not. As far as durable it seems overall to be very durable just don't stay shinney . It is not a normal deep black paint. It is a off color black . Wish I had used another brand of paint. I went by the directions and used the recommend thinner and hardner all purchased at tractor supply. Very disappointed . Makes me want to trade the car before it gets so bad that it looks terrible. Would I recommend tractor supply ? Yes in general but not their paints.
Date published: 2015-07-18
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When i mix. Do i mix the reducer and the hardener in with my measured paint

Asked by: Diy_newbie
Yes, you can mix both Majic Catalyst Hardener and Majic Reducer into your paint. The best recommendation is to measure the quantity of paint you are going to spray, then thoroughly stir in catalyst harder and allow to set, undisturbed, for 20 - 30 minutes. Then stir in Majic Reducer.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-05-10

What is the recommended mix ratio of paint:reducer:hardener?

Asked by: JLaw1287
For spray application, we recommend that Majic Tractor & Implement Enamel be reduced at a ratio of 8:1 (8 parts Majic T&I Matte Black, to 1 part Majic Reducer #8-0750). This ratio is a “plus-or-minus” ratio, meaning that the actual reduction may be tweaked, up or down, depending on the particular spray equipment being used, the end-users personal preferences, and the atmospheric conditions at the time of application. Proper reduction will be realized when the enamel is atomized to a fine, and consistent, spray pattern. Proper atomization will also allow for better flow & leveling of the applied film resulting in a smoother film… For the same reason, we also recommend reducing product if being applied by brush, or roller. With a brush and/or roller application, it is very easy to apply product too heavy and too inconsistently. By reducing the product (less than is required for spray), it allows for better control of the applied thickness, and also provides for better flow of the finish product. Majic Catalyst Hardener is an optional “accessory” to Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamels. The use of Majic Catalyst Hardener increases film hardness by approximately 30% (allowing for greater abrasion resistance), and accelerates the “cure” time by almost 40% (does not change the dry-to-touch, nor re-coat, time). The ratio for Majic Catalyst Hardener is 16:1 (16 parts Majic T&I Enamel to 1 part Majic Catalyst Hardener). Do not convert more enamel than can be applied in 8 hours (after 8 hours, any unused, converted product should be discarded). Do not use Majic Catalyst Hardener with primers, or product lines other than Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamels. Make sure to follow mixing, safety and disposal, instructions very carefully.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-10-24

how dos it mix or do you have to have a hardener ?

Asked by: jeffro69
The use of a catalyst-hardener will offer benefit in terms of greater density & hardness (increased abrasion resistance), and an accelerated "cure" time of the paint film...A catalyst hardener may also increase the gloss of an enamel by approximately 10% - while this may be a concern to persons wishing for a very low sheen finish, a 10% gloss increase to a 10 degree sheen (Matte Black), wouldn't be noticeable to the human eye. When working with Matte Black, you may notice more settlement in the can than with typical enamels - this will be a "soft" settlement that will mix easily back into suspension, but may require more frequent stirring of the product during use.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-10-22

We got the matte black and seems to be shinny not really matte and some prices are more flat then others what would make it glossy 

Asked by: Keith 201981
Majic Tractor, Truck & Implement Enamel Matte Black will dry to a soft, low-sheen matte finish, that usually measures out < 10 units @ 60° … (a typical flat will generally measure < 5 units, and a high gloss finish 80+ @ 60°) … A “matte” finish will dry down closer to an “eggshell” finish. However, these measurements depict units of reflection after the film has fully cured. Oil base matte finishes will usually appear shinier upon application, and during the dry & cure phases, but will ultimately tone down to the desired gloss range – this may take a few, to several, days before doing so. Several factors may affect when, or how quickly, the film reaches it’s intended finish – these factors include the applied thickness of product, number of coats applied (and how much time was allowed between coats), atmospheric conditions at the time of application and film drying, if a catalyst hardener was used, type of application (brush, roll or spray), type of solvents used for reduction, etc. The bottom line is, the finish should reach the desired sheen level within a few days after application – but any of the above listed factors could slow the curing process enough to delay the finish from reaching the “matte” level.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2019-06-24

Can I please get a copy of the safety data sheet for this product.

Asked by: Jacob 180
Please call 1-800-451-8346 for MSDS information.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2019-02-26

Is a clear coat required after applying this enamel or is it more like a single stage??

Asked by: Kris1234
Majic Clear Coat is an optional coating, but does provide benefit in the form of a higher, richer gloss, and greater protection against fading and loss-of-gloss, from the affects of UV light. Please follow application instructions carefully, and allow final application of Majic T&I Enamel to cure 10-14 days before applying Majic Clear Coat.
Answered by: WillR
Date published: 2018-10-24

How can i make matt black flat black

Asked by: healey
Matte black is considered a "flat" finish.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-04-22

Do I need to prime the steel frame before I paint it with the Majic tractor & implement Enamel

Asked by: Doug c
For best results, longest lasting performance and greatest corrosion resistance, bare – exposed ferrous metal should be primed with an alkyd, rust-inhibitive primer prior to the application of 1 or 2 coats of finish enamel. If your steel frame is already painted, and the existing paint is in good, sound condition, no primer would be necessary, and the surface needs only to be clean, and free of any surface dust, dirt, grease or oil…and a glossy, or slick finish should be scuff-sanded for a greater mechanical bond, before application of Majic Tractor & Implement Enamel.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2019-02-26
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