STYNYLREZ primer BLACK GLOSS
- Gift wrapping:
- Options available
STYNYLREZ water based acrylic polyurethane easy app surface primer by Badger Airbrush Co
SNR-*13 BLACK GLOSS
Best-in-class primers assist artists in accentuating the finest of details in the finished piece. Likewise, it ensures the overall longevity of the work. The application ease, extraordinary adhesion, durability, and thin coat coverage make STYNYLREZ primers the ultimate choice for smart artists. When you choose STYNYLREZ, you're choosing the best.
Non-toxic. No thinning necessary.
Best applied with 0.5mm or larger nozzle airbrush at 20-30 PSI.
I generally prime at 35-40 psi no thinning is needed. This has been my go to primer for awhile now.
I shoot this from a siphon feed iwata eclipse and it is the only primer I will use for metallics. It levels nicely and is pretty forgiving if it's overdone. It isn't really a high gloss; more of a glossy satin. But it's a primer so it's made to be covered anyway. It really helps give metallics an extra pop.
After multiple test sprays trying straight from the bottle, thinned, high/low air pressure and even different airbrushes, I've come to the conclusion this is just junk as a primer. It sprays like an over-thinned paint ! Poor adhesion, poor surface texture and it dries to a dull satin rather than a gloss. I've used stynylrez grey and black ( non gloss ) in the exact same situation and had really great results, so I'm pretty sure it's not my setup or process, the gloss black is just a really poor primer.
This looks like total hell going on, then as it dries it levels out beautiful in a few minute. All detail is still there just like a lacquer. After drying for a day this stuff is tough. I've sprayed Alclad, MRP, and Vellejo over the top and these paints stick. After all this it also passes the tape tes no problem.