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No Nonsense Zinc Galvanising Spray Paint Silver 400ml (40801)

Quick-drying, spot-weldable primer coat to prevent corrosion. Use to treat galvanised and untreated steel. Covers approx. 3.75²/Ltr.

  • Tack-Free in 20-30 mins Dependent Upon Conditions
  • Good Filling Properties
  • High Adhesion
  • Petrol & Chemical-Resistant
  • Weather-Resistant

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No Nonsense Zinc Galvanising Spray Paint Silver 400ml is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 51.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Covers well A good price for a handy sized time assuming it is not for a large job. I use this on small patch up jobs on galvanised iron.
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good stuff but not matt I brought this paint to spray all of our kitchen knobs and cupboard handles. We wanted a colour and texture to match our brushed steel kitchen items. The original knobs and handles were a good quality metal finished in a dark brass colour. I cleaned them all by soaking them in white spirit and washing them. I then gave them a spray and after only about 3 minutes they were touch dry. The cover with this paint is excellent however the finish is defiantly not matt, in fact it is very shiny, almost a gloss. In the end I let them dry fully for about 20 minutes then gave them a light rub with a bit of scotch bright and the finish dulled to an acceptable finish. We are pleased with the end product
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No nonsense - No worries! Bought this product a few years ago and it has been improved a lot since. No more blocked spray nozzles and goes on nice and shiny. Way quicker than messing about with red oxide primer a brush and I think about as cheap. I'll definitely be using this again and my only other advice is to buy 3 or more to get the multibuy discount. You will find uses for it :v)
Date published: 2016-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Prevent that rust! There I am, restoring an old railway carriage that has escaped the scrap yard, but it's looking a bit tired and in need of some TLC. The one thing we find is that the only thing standard about carriages is where they rust and so enter stage left - No Nonsense Zinc Galvanising Spray! Being a spray it gets into all the places that a brush can't reach. It can be easily and quickly applied and dries really quickly enabling further painting to be undertaken. It does its stuff and helps us preserve a bit of our country's railway heritage. Definitely recommend. :)
Date published: 2016-12-14
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can it be used up to certain temperature?
15 Nov 2016
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Hello scottydog14,

You can use this product on alloy materials and it can be used as a top coat if you wish or other colours/paints can be applied if required. The Zinc spray is intended for use as a primer, so no other primers will be necessary.

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Hello Chidge.

The no-nonsense zinc galvanising spray paint in silver cannot be used as an undercoat on a log burner, as the spray paint cannot stand that sort of heat, ideal for radiators.

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13 Jun 2016
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I'm trying to discover whether it's suitable for underwater marine use.
15 May 2016
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Hello Farmerart,

I can confirm that product 40801 is not epoxy based.

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Weld Through Primer?

Searched for weld through primer, can this actually be welded through with mig?
2 Mar 2016
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Yes it is ok as a weld through zinc primer even with little 150 hobby mig set to higher amps say 120 +, minimal burn back to dried paint. Doesn't do so good on 0.8mm car body steel resto work because of low amps used tacking just needs the edge of new panel cleaned off first, but at least any overlap joints are protected internally. VFM yes now have my store stocked up and its the cheapest ok zinc on the market, works for me.
7 Jul 2016
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Hi Sarb, There is a customer review which says 'Used as a weld through primer for MIG and more importantly Spot welder performs well '. I have spoken with the manufacturer and they were unable to confirm it's suitability although it does say 'spot-weldable' on the tin and so does conduct electricity and so you would expect it to be fine with MIG.
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Specification
Brand No Nonsense
Coating & Finishes Drying Time Tack-Free in 20-30 mins Dependent Upon Conditions
Coating & Finishing Type Matt
Coating Finishing Volume 400 ml
Colour Silver
Coverage Per Litre 3.75 m² per litre
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Parent Colour Silver
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Type Zinc Galvanising Spray Paint

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