Patina Kits
Patina Kits
Patina Kits
Patina Kits
Patina Kits
Patina Kits
Patina Kits
Patina Kits
Patina Kits
Patina Kits
Patina Kits
Patina Kits

Patina Kits

Regular price $ 180.00

Patina Metal Kit is comprised of a three-part system including metal infused paint, patina and a polyurethane clear-coat that together produce a durable, easy to apply natural oxidized metal effect. Patina Metal is safe to use and available in a wide variety of colors derived from real Iron or Copper. See application instructions below.

  • Low VOC water-based acrylic based paint
  • Polyurethane top-coat provides durable, washable surface
  • Coverage: 300-400 square feet per gallon (kit)
  • For interior use only (contact us to inquire about exterior products)

Quart Kits

  • Patina Metallic Paint (Qt.)
  • JAX Patina (Pt.)
  • Masters Armor Polyurethane - Flat (Qt.)

Gallon Kits

  • Patina Metallic Paint (Gal.)
  • JAX Patina (Qt.)
  • Masters Armor Polyurethane - Flat (Two Qt.)
  1. Ensure properly primed surface prior to application of Metal Patina paint. Apply a pre-tinted primer if needed.
  2. Apply Patina Metallic paint just as you would normal paint by either spraying, brushing or rolling. It is critical to agitate (stir) regularly to ensure consistent distribution of the metal material.
  3. Allow 2-4 hours to dry completely. Check to ensure proper coverage, repeating step 2 if necessary.
  4. Allow an additional 24 hours for Patina Metallic to fully cure.
  5. Burnish the surface lightly with a Scotch-Brite Pads or a similar abrasive. Producing a natural metal sheen greatly increases the effectiveness of the patina.
  6. Clean the surface with a slightly damp rag to collect any remaining debris.
  7. Apply Jax Patina with either a soft brush or a spray bottle. Follow the directions on the bottle. Take care if brushing as it can leave marks. Spray bottle application is recommended. The patina process is a wet process, take care to protect any flooring or furniture. WEAR EYE, HAND AND RESPIRATORY PROTECTION.
  8. When the surface is completely dry it may be sealed or left natural. A natural surface will change with time and is prone to surface damage. We recommend a polyurethane clear-coat that can either be sprayed, brushed or rolled. Gentle application is recommended to protect the patina.