Pantone 133 Paint - Aerosols/Litre Tins & Touch Up Pots & Pens
|1 Pack (1K) Discounts||Price|
|0 - 9 - 400ml||£12.99|
|10 - 49 - 400ml||£11.99|
|50 - 99 - 400ml||£10.99|
|100 - 199 - 400ml||£9.99|
|200 - 499 - 400ml||£8.99|
|500 - 999 - 400ml||£7.99|
|1000 + - 400ml||£6.99|
Manufacturer: One Stop Aerosols
Product Code: Pantone 133 Paint
Availability: In Stock
Price: £5.99 – £49.99 (GBP)
RGB Colour Code: 112,91,10
Hexadecimal Colour Code: #705B0A
For best results, we recommend aerosol primer be used on surfaces before the top coat paint is applied.
Pantone 133 Paint is one of the colours from the Pantone Colour Chart and comes in three different paint types Cellulose, Acrylic and Synthetic Enamel.
All of our paints are custom mixed using the highest quality Lechler paint colours and binders available on the market.
Pantone 133 Paint is available in 400ml 1 Pack (1K) and 2 Pack (2K) (which contains a built-in hardener) aerosol paint cans, litre tins, touch up and repair pots or pens.
We also offer additional customisations including gloss level ranging from Full Matt (0% Gloss) to Full Gloss (90% Gloss).
Optional deodoriser, UV Protection and high resistance additives can also be mixed into our custom paints when requested.
Pantone 133 Paint aerosols come with a unique vari-nozzle with a wide and narrow operation switch which delivers HVLP style Atomisation, minimal overspray and constant pressure.
Please note 2K paints are only avilabe as Acrylic Enamel.
1K/2K Aerosol Safety Data Sheet
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the drying times for aerosols?
1K Aerosol paint takes around 30 minutes to cure completely.
The time it takes for a 2K aerosol to touch dry in 40 minutes. To dry out thoroughly is 24-48 hours depending on the conditions the paint is used in, for example, it will take longer to fully cure if applied outside in colder or damper conditions as opposed to a hot summers day.
What sort of coverage can I expect?
You can expect to be able to coat roughly 2 square meters in a single coat using a 400ml aerosols.
How many coats do you recommend?
For best results, we recommend 2-4 coats depending on the colour chosen, existing colour to be re top coated and surface material to be sprayed.
Do I have to use a primer before applying a topcoat?
We highly recommend the use of a primer for almost all your painting plans, we stock and supply the correct primers necessary for the surface material, example glass primers, fibreglass primers and plastic primers. When choosing a primer, it is essential to select the proper primer for the surface material you plan to apply the topcoat.
Related Pantone Paints
Please note – Our Pantone 133 Paint aerosol cans, litre tins and touch up and repair pots/pens are custom mixed and should be tested before application. We do not take responsibility for any colour difference once you have applied the paint to your surfaces. If the colour is not accurate, please contact us to arrange a return.
The colour Pantone 133 Paint displayed on this page is for guidance only. The colour shown depends on your monitor settings such as brightness, contrast and resolution. The finished paint colour you receive, therefore, may not be as exact as depicted on a screen. Some colours may vary upto 20% compared whats displayed on screen due to this reason.