Every surface has different characteristics of absorption and adhesion. For example cardboard is a very porous surface which absorbs the paint. Painting un-primed cardboard will result in a lot of paint usage. If the chosen surface is non-porous, then Montana paints will apply perfectly. If painted on a surface like Glass which is an extremely non-porous surface, the color cannot adhere because it can’t “hold-on” to the glass. It will however cover the surface quickly. The optimal surfaces are neutral, pre- primed surfaces where the coating primer can adhere to the surface well and our lacquer can adhere again to the primer. Please test small areas of your proposed surface to see if the paint will adhere. In the case of Plastics we are unable to predict levels of adhesion due to the unknown chemical composition of all plastics.
Articles in this section
- Batch Code
- Disposal of emtpy Spray Cans
- How to start a Spray Can
- Differences between Spray Paint Lines
- What is the difference between High- and Low-pressure Spray Paint?
- Can I combine the different MONTANA spray paints?
- Overpainting: Can I paint on oil paint? Which MONTANA product is recommended?
- On which surfaces can I paint with MONTANA products?
- Which Paint to use for which surface?
- Difference between Montana Cans and other Spray Paints