Call 1-800-382-1200
Login/Create Account
Shopping Cart
0 items - $0.00
Toll Free: 1-800-382-1200 Español
Cyber Monday Continues & Free Shipping
Now In: Automotive Paint & PrimerKirker Paint ProductsBlack Diamond Low-VOC Systems → Kirker Black Diamond LVB Black Starburst Pearl - LVB-70357
Kirker Black Diamond LVB Black Starburst Pearl - LVB-70357


Kirker Black Diamond LVB Black Starburst Pearl - LVB-70357



E-mail this product to a friend E-mail this product to a friend

Kirker Black Diamond LVB Black Starburst Pearl - LVB-70357

Kirker
SKU:    KIRK-LVB-70357
Price: $85.69 
Quantity:   

Low-VOC
These are not Waterborne

These new basecoats are made with the same 2-part urethane technology used in Kirker's ULTRA-GLO single-stage paints, but they are compliant with Federal, State & Regional VOC Regulation, even SCAQMD Rule 1151.
  • 1 Gal. Black Starburst Pearl
  • Durable as single-stage urethane
  • Easy to spray as traditional basecoats
  • Compliant as waterborne basecoats
  • Made with the same 2-part urethane technology used in Kirker's ULTRA-GLO single-stage paints, but they are compliant with Federal, State & Regional VOC Regulation, even SCAQMD Rule 1151
  • Pre-mixed factory-pack colors
  • 3.5 VOC - compliant in all areas
  • Excellent metallic control
  • Mixes 4:1 with Low-VOC activators
  • Two-coat coverage and fast dry times
  • Color sample shown for visual purposes only and is not 100% color accurate
  • Made in USA
Click Here to Request a FREE Color Accurate Chip Chart

Click Here for the Kirker Black Diamond Technical Data Sheet 

This item can only ship by ground within the Continental US.
Next Day or 2nd Day, AK & HI, & International delivery not available.

31


Product Rating: (3.00)   # of Ratings: 1   Rate It! Click Here to rate this product


5 - Great
4 - Good
3 - OK
2 - Bad
1 - Terrible
0% 50% 100%

Sort: New to Old RE-SORT COMMENTS:

Showing comments 1-1 of 1
1. Anonymous User on 7/11/2016, said:

Meh. Kirker paint is not good but if you have the time and properly prepare your metal then it should at least stick to a good clear. Mine came off after bumping it with something sharp. So you get what you pay for. It has allot of tiny pearl flecks in it and looks good in the sun with a CLEAR clearcoat over it. I don't know about the yellowish tint ones. It smells like a chemical soup of radioactive medical waste. I've ever smelled paint that strong. There are more chemicals in Kirker than actual paint I think.
Was this comment helpful? yes no   (0 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
Showing comments 1-1 of 1