Colour Transition: Silver-Green to Burgundy

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  • Chameleon paint that changes colour as viewing angle changes.
100ml 300ml 1 Litre
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Colour Transition: Silver-Green to Burgundy

Colours
The pictures show a single painted surface. They show the typical colours that this paint displays at various viewing angles.
The colour of this paint changes from Silver-Green to Burgundy as the viewing angle changes. During the transition visible colours include Violet, Purple, Magenta and Crimson.
The close up picture shows how application brush marks can show as different colours and create a 'wood grain' appearance.
 
Important note (Please read this before you purchase this product)
This is a speciality paint that reflects and refracts light in unique ways to generate a range of visible colours. The underlying colour and texture of a surface will influence the visual appearance. For example, brush marks (which could be from an underlying coat of paint and not previously visible) may angle this paint in various planes resulting in the brush marks becoming visible as streaks of different colours. While different coloured brush marks may be a problem for one customer they be a desired effect for another.
The purchaser must purchase this paint with the understanding that unexpected results may occur and we will not accept returns for the paint not doing exactly what they had in mind. No two surfaces painted with this paint will ever look the same. This paint creates creative opportunities that were previously not available
 
Properties
UV Resistant Pure Acrylic
For Interior and Exterior use
Stain Resistant Satin finish
 
Keep out of reach of children
All our products should be kept out of reach of children under 5 years and anybody who may tend to place items or liquids in their mouths should be supervised. Even packing can become a choking hazard.
Packing
Packing
100ml
300ml
1 Litre

Colour Transition: Silver-Green to Burgundy

1 litre Paints approximately 10 m2  per coat on smooth surfaces.

Usually  2 to 3 coats are required. Wait 2-4 hors between coats depending on the weather. 

Wash up unwanted paint and painting equipment with water before the paint dries.