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Rosco Supersaturated Roscopaint - Magenta - 1 Quart

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  • Magenta

The Rosco Supersaturated Roscopaint - Magenta - 1 Quart is concentrated and can be diluted with water at various ratios, from 1:1 to 15:1, allowing for a wide range of effects. Rosco Supersaturated Roscopaint - Magenta  is capable of achieving vibrant and opaque color fields on porous and non-porous surfaces, as well as bright and translucent washes with intense colors that are comparable to aniline dyes but without the health hazards associated with them. Supersaturated Roscopaint also features a unique binder that provides superior adhesion, durability, and flexibility, even on difficult surfaces like Rosco Projection Screens and Rosco Dance Floors. It can also be used as a tint for other paints, binders, and coatings, making it a versatile choice for a wide range of interior and exterior projects.

Overall, Rosco Supersaturated Roscopaint is an excellent option for artists and designers looking for a high-quality paint that can be used in a variety of ways to achieve a range of effects. Its concentrated formula and unique binder make it an economical and durable choice, capable of adhering to a variety of surfaces, and providing intense, vibrant colors.

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Rosco Supersaturated Roscopaint - Magenta - 1 Quart

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Product ConditonNew
Color Magenta
Finish Matte
Liquid Volume 1 qt / 0.9 L
Binder Type Acrylic Polymer
Approximate Drying Time 30 Minutes
Recoating Time 2 Hours
Coverage 300 ft² per gal / 7.4 m² per L at 3:1 Dilution
Film Thickness 1.5 mil / 0.03 mm at 1:1 Dilution
Solvent Water
WARNING: This product may expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to
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