Collections: Fluorescents

Disco White

Montana GOLD is the perfect tool for all artists and creative workers. Famous for its superior quality, the specially developed Low-pressure system guarantees maximum accuracy to meet the highest requirements while giving professional results! The formula uses high-covering and quick-drying acrylic lacquer. 

Montana GOLD allows for a new level of ease and control when painting with spray cans, with no cracking or color bleaching. The level of control that can be achieved with this can has never existed before.

Montana GOLD can be applied on canvas, wood, concrete, metal, glass or even flexible surfaces. Perfect also in combination with the Montana TECH and EFFECT sprays as well as the water-based ACRYLIC markers!

FLUORESCENT colors: Famous for being able to glow under UV light. This is no exception with the Montana GOLD Fluorescent range. For best results we recommend fluorescent colors to be applied to pre-primed, dry white surfaces (e.g. Shock White i.e.). This will increase luminosity and improve coverage. Applying Montana GOLD clear coats will offer greater UV protection however may hinder the fluorescent effect slightly. In general fluorescent colors are less lightfast and not resistant to the elements. They are not abrasion proof like other Montana GOLD color shades.

Instructions for Disco White:For best results, it is recommended that Disco White is applied in thin multiple layers to achieve the highest possible glow effect. To give your project more durability and longevity, apply Montana Varnish in Gloss, Semi Gloss and Matt once the Disco White has completely dried and cured (24 hours). Please note the application of a Montana Varnish will protect and offer greater UV resistance to your project however may result in a slight decrease in brightness of the color under UV light. The best luminosity for fluorescent colors is achieved when applied on to a white undercoated substrate such as Montana GOLD Shock White S9100. Due to their synthetic non-natural orientations, fluorescent colors in general do not have the same opacity, light fastness and longevity as normal high pigmented colors. Shake Well! 

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