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Summit Racing® 2-Stage System - Low 2.1 VOC Clear Coat SUM-SWSC620G-12

Paint, 2-Stage, Low 2.1 VOC, Gloss Clear, 1-Gallon, Each

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Brand: Summit Racing

Manufacturer's Part Number: SUM-SWSC620G-12

Part Type: Paint

Product Line: Summit Racing® 2-Stage System - Low 2.1 VOC Clear Coat

Summit Racing Part Number: SUM-SWSC620G-12

Paint Type: Clear coat

Primary Paint Color: Clear

Manufacturer Paint Color: Clear

Paint Finish: Gloss

Low VOC: Yes

Volume: 1 gallon

Quantity: Sold individually.

Notes: Lower VOC clear coat. Requires the use of hardener for proper finishing. Clear mixes at a 4:1 ratio.

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Summit Racing Equipment® 2-stage system low 2.1 VOC clear coat is a high-solid urethane, rated at just 2.1 VOC. It provides the same excellent gloss, leveling, blending, and buffing characteristics as our standard 2-stage clear coats, so you can meet strict volatile organic compound standards without sacrificing quality. It's fast-drying, easy-to-apply, and requires mixing in a 4:1 ratio with Summit Racing® 2.1 VOC clear coat hardener.

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8 Customer Reviews for Summit Racing SUM-SWSC620G-12 - Summit Racing® 2-Stage System - Low 2.1 VOC Clear Coat

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good one from Summit Racing .

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Exteremly great product , Great sanding and buffing , and good scratch resistance .

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Reviewer: SEYED from TX

Date: November 10, 2014

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Difficulty getting smooth finish

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I bought the Summit 2K urethane paint system, including primer, sealer, base coat and this clear coat, with all the appropriate hardeners. I'm a total novice, never having attempted to paint a car before. So I can't really rate this product vs. other types and brands. I can only relate my experience. See my other reviews of the primer, sealer and base coat (jet black). This is where my only complaint with the Summit system lies, and it may have more to do with the worksheet used for selecting the paints and hardeners than it does the clear coat itself. The worksheet directs you to pick a clear coat hardener based on the expected temperature during application. Since it was getting late in the season for me here in Michigan, I chose the hardener with the lowest temperature range, which can be applied down to 55F. (The temperature during actual application ranged from the low 70s to low 60s.) The problem is that, only when you read the instruction sheet for applying the clear coat do you see an asterisk next to that hardener, the "fast" hardener, that warns that it's not suitable for painting a whole car - just one to three panels. I decided to try using it anyway. What choice did I have? It was that, or wait six months for warmer weather. On my first attempt, on the underside of the body where no one would see it, I kept the gun moving fairly quickly in the hope of avoiding runs. So it went on a little thin. This resulted in a speckly, heavy orange peel finish. After consulting a buddy who's painted a number of cars, I decided to slow the gun down and apply it a little heavier. This helped, but I never could find a happy medium between applying it too thin, resulting in a textured finish, or applying it heavy enough for it to flow out smooth, but ending up with runs. I erred on the side of the runs, figuring that at least I could be sure that it was on heavy enough that I could sand and polish it without much risk of burning through it. It was especially difficult to paint vertical surfaces without runs. I did pretty well on horizontal surfaces. Aside from too many runs, I mostly ended up with a surface that was just slightly orange peel in texture. On these areas, applied over my jet black base coat, the result is a pretty stunning, deep shine. I naively went into this thinking that the clear coat could be applied smooth and then I'd be done. I now understand that finish sanding and polishing is inevitable. I found that one gallon wasn't enough to paint my '32 Ford full-fendered 5-window coupe, which has a lot of surface area when you include the underside of the body, the firewall, fenders, gas tank, hood (inside and out), grill shell and dash. I ordered an additional quart and used most of it. This is probably the result of erring on the side of runs and applying it thick. My buddy who has painted several cars believes that the fast hardener is what made applying this clear coat so difficult. Summit should make clear on their worksheet (the one that guides you through the product selection process) that the fast hardener provided for lower temperature application isn't suitable for doing a whole car. That's my only real complaint. By the way, on one occasion where I tried to do a small touch-up, I forgot to add the hardener - something you never, ever want to do. The result was that the clear coat laid there like sticky glue. It'd never harden like that. I tried to remove it with lacquer thinner. It wouldn't touch it. I then switched to acetone and found that it would remove the unhardened clear coat without harming the surrounding clear coat which had already hardened for about an hour. I tell this story as a testament to the chemical resistance of this clear coat. ...read more

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Reviewer: PETER from MI

Date: October 21, 2014

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Great product

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I really enjoyed working with this product. It went on very well and was easy to work with. I would recommend it to anyone

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Reviewer: JEFF from PA

Date: June 25, 2014

clear coat

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flows excellent and has very good gloss. one of the best clear coats I have used.

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Reviewer: RON from IN

Date: June 14, 2014

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clear coat

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this product flows well and builds fast. great to work with have done several cars with it.

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Reviewer: DANNA from MS

Date: April 18, 2014

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Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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