Three-coat colour (3 steps)

First coat = undercoat

Second coat = candy/pearl (glaze varnish,transparent)

  • allows the undercoat to shine through.

The glaze depends on the layer thickness, i.e. the more you apply the more colour-intensive – the less the weaker the colour. The same applies to pearl or metallic effects. Less layer thickness – less effect, more layer thickness – more effect.

Please always work with a reference part painted in the original colour, so that you can see how much glaze must be applied during the test spraying until you are as close as possible to the original colour. We strongly recommend to do a spraytest before painting!

The interaction between the undercoat and the glaze ultimately determines the colour tone.

Third coat =  clear coat (for sealing / glossy or matt).