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Kirker Ultra-Glo Diamond Pearl Series Acrylic Urethane Enamel - Arctic Blast Pearl - UA-81044

SKU #KIRK-UA-81044
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When you need the perfect finish on your car, you can try the Kirker Ultra-Glo Diamond Pearl Series Acrylic Urethane Enamel Paint. The 3/4 gallon comes in a high gloss finish premium paint designed for automotive and fleet refinishing. It is made in the USA and comes in a durable high glass finish. Mix it with activator in the ratio 3:1 by adding one quart of activator to 3/4 gallon enamel. The best part is the finish is ready to touch in 20 minutes at 68°F and completely dry within an hour.

High Gloss Vibrant Pearl White Finish

  • Formulated as a high gloss, premium paint designed for automotive and fleet refinishing
  • Superior gloss retention, durable finish
  • Mix ratio - 3:1, add one quart of UA-1600 activator to one 3/4 gallon of color
  • No reduction necessary, however if used, Kirker recommends the mix comprise no more than 10% reducer
  • At 68°F, should be set to the touch within 20 minutes and dry within one hour
  • Made in USA

*Color chips available upon request. Color sample shown for visual purposes only and is not 100% color accurate due to varying monitors/printers.


  • Color: Sunkist Pearl
  • Coating Type: Acrylic Urethane Paint, Single-stage
  • Size: 3/4 gallon
  • Mix Ratio: 3:1 with ULTRA-GLO activators

Note: For best results, should be applied over an opaque ground coat.

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

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Kirker Ultra-Glo Urethane Activators

• Activator for Kirker ULTRA-GLO Series
• Use Medium Speeds for 80° and below
• Use Slow Speeds for 80° and above

Kirker Ultra-Glo Urethane Reducers

• Aids in sprayability
• Use fast for temps below 70°F
• Use Medium for temps between 70-80°F
• Use Slow for temps above 80°F
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