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ACME Automotive Finishes Introduces Finish 1™ Automotive Refinish Products

Published on 2008-06-30. Author : SpecialChem

Warrensville Heights, Ohio -- ACME Automotive Finishes is proud to announce the introduction of Finish 1™ Automotive Refinish Products in convenient and popularly-priced Factory Packaged Colors (FPC).

The initial launch of Finish 1 will include a complete set of high performing FPC Acrylic Enamels: 25 vibrant solid, metallic and pearlescent colors representative of the most current automotive styling trends. With Finish 1, FPCs are easy to use and distribute because they require only three pre-reduced hardeners to make them ready to spray, as well as color coded labels easily identifying each type of product.

Finish 1 Factory Packaged Acrylic Enamels offer a high gloss finish and are low 3.5 VOC compliant. Some of the products' other benefits include:

  • Simple to use:
  • Easy 4-1 mixing ratio
  • Great metallic control
  • Easy to apply
  • Color coded labels
  • Minimal inventory (reducers not required for color)
  • Six most popular colors also available in quarts

The new Finish 1 launch also includes three new sealers: FS510 Black, FS512 Gray and FS514 White. These FINISH 1 4.6 VOC enamel sealers are designed to create a solid foundation and uniform color, have both one component and two component capabilities and can be recoated "wet-on-wet".

Finish 1 sealers also can be mixed together at any ratio to create a "Grayscale" offering with FS510, FS512 and FS514 sealers and use the same 4-1 mixing ratio and hardener as the Finish 1 Factory Packaged Colors.

Source: Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes Corp.


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