Aquacool Trend M.A.C. Paint Metallic Platinum 500 ml.

Aqucool is a ALL-IN ONE paint for all types of surfaces.*

* Aquacool catalyst is recommended for use with MAC paints on inorganic surfaces.



With its superior resin texture, you can create professional-quality surfaces on various materials such as furniture, doors, PVC window frames, tiles and more, all in your own home.

Product Features:

- No primer, sandpaper or varnish required.
- Fully water-based and odorless.
- Certified with EN71-3, safe for humans and the environment.
- Excellent adhesion to various surfaces, resistant to bumps and scratches.
- High coverage.
- Resistant to stains and dirt, easy to clean with water and a microfiber cloth.
- Ready to use.
- Wait 2-3 hours between coats.
- With 500 ml about 4-5 sq. ft.
- Packs have a special Lift & Peel folio lid system.
- Easy to apply with a velour roller or brush, with no visible streaks.

For surfaces other than wood and MDF, add Aquacool Catalyst to the MAC Coating.

Where to use.

- Wooden doors / panel doors
- Steel doors
- Kitchen and bathroom cabinets
- PVC frames
- Wooden furniture
- Household appliances
- Tiles and ceramics
- Tables, chairs, sideboards, TV units, cabinets
- Glass and ceramic surfaces
- Stone and brick surfaces
- Metal surfaces
- Concrete surfaces
- Stair railings
- Radiators

Additional information


Imagine the sophistication and exclusivity of precious platinum jewelry and the sparkle of the moon on a clear night. Metallic Platinum is like a tribute to the timeless allure of platinum, a metal that symbolizes luxury and prestige. This elegant, lustrous hue is like a radiant masterpiece in any setting. Metallic Platinum exudes a sense of opulence and sophistication, like a soft shimmer that transforms the room. It is the color of exclusivity and timeless beauty, adding a sense of elegance and sophistication to any space. Metallic Platinum is like a symphony of brilliance and allure, a color that invites you to relax and enjoy the timeless splendor of life.

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