The GOLD paint series from Montana is a fast drying lacquer that has a high rate of coverage. Montana is the absolute pinnacle of professional spray paint, the combination of a densely pigmented paint in a low-pressure system results in a highly accurate output due to having more time to think about your work.
The main selling point of Montana GOLD for artists is the “Low Pressure System”, what this means is the paint comes out at a slower rate than it does with Montana Black, this allows you a bit more time to work with it and in turn better and more detailed results can be achieved.
By using the different ‘Spray Caps’, various widths from 0.4cm up to as much as 30cm can be achieved, precise effects clean lines or slightly diffused lines are all achievable by using the different spray caps in the range.
As standard with Montana, the GOLD range of spray paint has been redeveloped and modified by artists and the Montana team to make it the perfect product for artists, there is no cracking and no colour bleaching. The Montana GOLD can is also highly versatile as it can be used on a variety of surfaces including canvas, metal, glass, felexible surfaces, wood and of course on concrete.
With over 200 colours in the paint range the GOLD series has a few sub areas within it, CLASSIC colours, SHOCK colours, PROCESS colours, FLOURESCANT colours, CHROME EFFECT colours & TRANSPARENT colour shades, these are all explained.
CHROME EFFECT Paint Colours:
Chrome effects are achieved by having the metallic pigment particles located on the surface of the object you are spraying. This is achieved by the lacquer remaining "open" so that light can shine and reflect off these particles. However this results in chrome effect cans being less weather resistant and not abrasion proof. Finger marks may occur if handling chrome effect sprayed items.
Applying Montana GOLD clear coats make the paint appear less shiny and prevent it from reflecting light as efficiently as prior to the clear coat application.