Incralac is now used in many marine applications for protecting such metals as brass and copper, and is intended for interior or exterior use. With an excellent balance of hardness, adhesion and film toughness, Incralac has excellent resistance to UV light and resists yellowing and loss of gloss and clarity upon ageing. The applied film also provides excellent flexibility and resistance to cracking and flaking.
Incralac is formulated for application by spray. Use as supplied. Before application ensure surface is clean and free from dust.
Incralac Lacquer is best applied to the plaque when it is horizontal.
Apply 3-4 coats of Incralac, allowing to touch dry for 15 minutes between coats. Air dry: 10 minutes: Hard dry: 1 hour.
NB: please ensure that the first coat you apply is a fine light coating and build up layers gradually. This is not a paint lacquer and therefore excess spraying may result in damage to the paintwork.
Please take extra care when screwing in location. If lacquer is damaged plaques can tarnish underneath the lacquer.
When necessary to remove the coating, use cellulose thinners or a proprietary paint stripper (such as Nitromors). Please note this process may effect the paint finish in the engraving.
Brunel Engraving company accept no responsibility if the lacquer is not applied correctly,