I used several cans of the orange. It was a good color match to the
film, but that is the extent of the good news. It took forever to dry,
and is not fuel proof. I painted some abs plastic and after drying
several weeks, it still comes off when I clean up the plane. It is not
resistant to 10% wildcat fuel. I used some on another plane covered
with super coverite. I used a sharpie marker to draw a few lines I
used in marking the cg, when I had to remove the lines I used simple
alcohol and it took off some of the orange paint and this was weeks
after it was painted.
Dennis Leonhardi wrote:
Ed is right. The paint does match the ultracoat but this stuff should be
taken off the market. It does not dry, is not fuel proof let alone fuel
resistent and will continue to come off your plane when using only a mild
cleaner. Stay away from it. I have let Horizon know what I think about it
and they admitted they have had a number of complaints.
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