Marine Protective Coatings

MATSON #401100 QuickSet High Gloss

(#401100 White/#401110 Deep Base/#401115 Ultra Deep Base)

COLOR(S): Whites and Tints.

PRODUCT TYPE: Pigmented Gloss Alkyd Enamel.

DESCRIPTION: A durable, long-lasting enamel for use on primed exterior or interior wood or metal surfaces. Its toughness has been proven in marine, industrial and commercial maintenance fields where frequent washing is necessary. Ideal for interior or exterior wood surfaces where a high degree of gloss is required.

Intended Use: High gloss for marine areas such as freeboards, deck houses, and interiors, holds, passageways, machinery, cabinets, or furniture.


VISCOSITY: 65-70 k.u.

DRY TO TOUCH: 30 minutes

WEIGHT SOLIDS: 51-59% depending upon color*

TACK FREE: 3-4 hours

VOLUME SOLIDS: 41-44% depending upon color*


WEIGHT PER GALLON: 7.70-9.20 lbs. per gal.

DRY HARD: 6 hours

V.O.C.: 444 grams per liter

COLOR RANGE: Whites and Tints


PACKAGING: 1 or 5 gallon containers

BATCH: Stock

PRACTICAL COVERAGE: 300-500 square feet per gallon depending on application.

* Contact Farwest Paint for specific weight solids and volume solids % for individual colors.

SURFACE PREPARATION: WOOD: New wood should be primed with Farwest #710 Exterior White Oil Base Primer and allowed to dry for 24 hours before applying Matson Marine Finish. Old painted wood should be sanded or wire brushed and spot primed with Farwest #710 Exterior White Oil Base Primer. The surface to be coated should be cleaned thoroughly with Farwest #644 Gloss Set to remove all dirt, grease, or wax. METAL: New metal should be etched with Farwest X-5679 Phos-Pro Cleaner-Etcher Rust Stopper or Farwest #695 Rynolite Chemical Cleaner-Etcher then rinsed and allowed to dry and then primed with Farwest X-4985 Weatherguard White Lacquer Proof Primer. Old and rusted metal should be wire brushed and washed with a suitable solvent or degreasing solution such as Farwest #644 Gloss Set, followed by an application of Farwest #695 Rynolite Chemical Cleaner-Etcher and then rinsed according to instructions on the label. Iron and steel surfaces should be primed with Farwest X-4985 Weatherguard White Lacquer Proof Primer before applying Matson Marine Finish.

APPLICATION:` Apply evenly to the properly prepared surface with suitable airless or conventional equipment. Note: This material needs little or no reducing for airless. The consistency has been formulated to provide best results from full-body application. This product is not normally recommended for brushing and rolling due to its quick-drying characteristic.

THINNING: No thinning is necessary for airless application. For conventionaly spray normally a 3:1 reduction with Farwest #605 Synthetic Thinner is adequate to provide sufficient atomization (depending on the type of equipment used, dilution ratios may differ).

CLEAN-UP: Tools and equipment may be cleaned with Farwest #605 Synthetic Thinner or Farwest #615 Wash Thinner.

LIMITED WARRANTY. To the best of our knowledge, the technical data presented above is true and accurate at the date of issuance and subject to change without prior notice. Farwest Paint Manufacturing Co. guarantees its products to conform to its standards of quality control. Liability is limited to replacement of product. No other warranty or guarantee of any kind is made by Farwest Paint Manufacturing, implied or otherwise.