Coverage - Thick like butter, smooth like margarine.
Early on, we established
the importance of opacity. Paint that covers well the first time lets you get
your work done quickly, with fewer coats, on almost any surface. It starts
with a high concentration of artist grade pigments, which are ground a minimum
of four times, in a ball mill to create smaller particles. The result: a dense
paint formula which has been refined to help paint flow without blocking or
compromising coverage. So whether you’re getting busy on timber, concrete,
steel or raw brick, you can expect paint to go on thick, with leveling
properties that also make for smooth painting of canvas, pottery and plastics.
We got you.
Vibrant Finish - You got to burn to shine.
so bright they’ll be begging you for eye-relief. From panging purples to blues
that go BOOOOONGGG! Bright opaque oranges, or more subtle tones, you have over
120 unique colors to choose from. Add a brilliant gloss finish that stays
smooth thanks to our resin’s leveling capabilities, and you’ve got a recipe for
color schemes that pop off any surface. With endless color possibilities, you
can create fresh fades, clean patterns, or add depth and contrast to your work
to help it stand out. *Sunglasses sold
Resin - The cleanest lines are only the beginning.
Back in 2008, Ironlak
became the first artist spray paint in the world to introduce an acrylic resin
system. Today, our proprietary resin blend allows you to drop the cleanest
line work imaginable. Outlines? They’ll be super crispy. Precise fill effects?
Yesssir. Over spray? Not on our watch! And thanks to its better bonding
properties, excellent adhesion and flexibility your work will last longer on
surfaces that would normally be prone to flaking or peeling. It’s also easy to
use, dries fast, helps with color retention and performs surprisingly well in
wet and undesirable weather. Think of it like this; our acrylic resin is
your trusty sidekick that shies away from the limelight but has your back when
it’s time to floss.
UV Resistant - Standing the test of time.
When you’re creating artwork in environments as
harsh as the Australian summer, you wanna make sure the fruits of your labor
hold up against the elements. Ironlak’s current formula boasts high
quality artist-grade pigments, similar to those used in the automotive
industry. Independent weather simulation tests at a laboratory in Florida and
our own real world tests under the brutal Brisbane sun have demonstrated a
strong resistance to UV exposure. Couple this with a strong paint film that
prevents oxidization and helps retain luster, your work will stay alive
outdoors for years to come.
Variable Output - More
control. Less effort.
When you start to spray
with the new Ironlak spray can, your fingers can feel the difference. Our
valve’s softer spring provides less resistance on your spritzing finger and
combined with a balanced propellant ratio, gives you greater control over paint
output. Pop on a skinny cap and half-nozzle it to get ultra-thin lines or
create fine details. Press a little harder and you’ve got the perfect pressure
for super sharp outlines. Bang on a fat cap and you’ll fill large areas super
fast. Hold back a little to create a thinner line, then pump it harder to flare
your line out all in one motion. With many different nozzles to choose from,
your options are limited only by your imagination, and your can control. Switch
Health & Environment - It goes deeper than smell.
Your health and our
environment are worth protecting. But, often you can’t see or smell the impact
aerosols have. To build an aerosol paint that is both amazingly capable and
safer for you to use is an exercise in balance. The challenge – evaluate
the highest quality ingredients and look for ways to reduce volatility, without
compromising performance. Our formula does not contain CFCs, toluene,
benzene, xylene, lead or any other heavy metals and stacks up against
‘The Industrial Chemicals Act’ in Australia, ‘REACH’ in Europe and
‘ASTM D-4236’ in the USA. That said, any time you’re using aerosol paint, you’d
be wise to protect yourself by wearing a good quality mask. When you’re done
spraying, spare a thought for the environment and toss your can into
the recycling bin.