One Hour Enamel Paint
Ideal for Cabinets and Front doors!
ONE HOUR ENAMEL is an incredibly tough fast dry acrylic enamel for interior and exterior use on surfaces that require a quick return to service and an abrasion resistant finish. It is waterborne so it poses no fire hazard or objectionable odor. The product is based on a specialized acrylic resin that dries quickly to a tough, durable film. The finish has excellent weather blocking and abrasion resistance, along with superior adhesion properties.
With its quick dry and quick re-coat times, ONE HOUR ENAMEL helps you get the job done faster than conventional acrylic finishes. The product has superior resistance to blocking. Put doors and windows back in service much quicker than with competitive acrylic finishes.
Wise Owl One Hour Enamel has a tough durable finish that is truly cutting edge. Its technology utilizes one of the strongest acrylic resins paired with superior synthetic pigments. It is absolutely an industrial strength finish.
- Ceramic Like Hardness
- Ceramic Like Durability
- Stone Like Hardness
- Math Like Hardness
- A Finish that is Harder than Trigonometry
Use our Stain Eliminating Primer to strengthen adhesion on slippery surfaces
Use on Kitchen and bath cabinets, outdoor furniture and signs, trim, exterior and interior doors, garage doors, tile, countertops, kitchen tables, any type of furniture.
- 1 hour cure time (dry enough to transport your painted pieces)
- Eggshell sheen
- Self-leveling. Can be brushed, sprayed, or rolled with literally no brush/roller marks. It has a smooth porcelain-like finish.
- Scrubbable and virtually indestructible. This means it cannot be
distressed,unless approached with a non– tradtionalmethod.
You have questions, we have answers
Q: How does it differ from our Chalk Synthesis Paint?
A: It’s a completely different style of paint. Not meant to be distressed or blended. This paint is perfect for solid colors and high traffic areas such as front doors and cabinets. Nonporous properties allow it to be used with no additional top coat needed.
Q: Can it be used on slick surfaces like countertops?
A: Absolutely! Clean, scuff sand, and prime with a adhesion promoting primer, then paint. (Less slick surfaces need no priming)