- Samurai uses NC modified acrylic resin. This NC modified acrylic resin makes Samurai different from all the other brands in the market today, and gives it strength and quality.
Formula and ingredient of the paint
Short pot life
Formulated for Ultimate Protection
Sprayed items can be dried in temperatures between 20°F to 104°F
Samurai 2-Part Polyurethane Granular Textured Coating and Epoxy Granular Textured Primer produce the best result when the temperature is within 55°F to 77 °F.
The only "1 valve for 2"
2-Part Spray Paint in the world
The only "1 valve for 2"
2-Part Spray Paint in the market
No spray gun, air compressor or roller needed
No clean-up required
No cleaning a clogged nozzle
No paint leaking from the bottom of the can
Less is more...
Paint leaking from the bottom of the can
Inconsistent spray flow
Complicated hardener activation
Paint stains on the floor
What Our Customers Think!
“I used another brand’s 2-Part spray paint, and no matter how well the prep work was done, it came out with a lot of orange peel. Samurai spray paint surprised me with fewer steps, and how durable it was and no paint was dripping from the activator at the bottom because it has only 1 valve!”
“I love how Samurai spray paint’s nozzles work exactly like a spray gun, I used the fan type nozzle and there was no paint dripping on the surface! 1 valve for the hardener activator and nozzle is the best thing about the paint. I sprayed 5 whole cans, with no leaking!”
“Samurai is 100% beginner-friendly, as a beginner car painter, it’s very easy to overspray when using other spray paints. With Samurai there’s no bubbles or orange peeling on the surface. My dad has been doing DIY car painting for a decade and he likes Samurai also.”
No skill and equipment required!
- Resin + Hardener
- Chemical & scratch resistance
- Weather & UV resistance
- Prevent rust up to 5 years
- Long pot life
- No paint leaking / dripping
- Anti-clogging nozzles
- Smooth spray flow
- Dry fast
What kind of aerosol paint is Samurai?
Is Samurai Paint product heat resistant?
- Samurai Paint products can withstand up to 374°F However, in certain circumstances it could withstand up to, approximately 1,112 °F.
What causes the nozzle clogged?
- If the can is not shaken well before use, only the pigment paste at the bottom layer will be sprayed out. As a result, the thick paste will get stuck at the opening of the diptube and will turn hard over time.
- Blistering of paint is caused by water, solvent or rust trapped under the surface. You should sand it down to remove the old paint. Make sure the surface is completely clean and dry before repainting and refinish.
- Fish Eyes result from all sorts of dirt such as oil, wax, and dust on the surface which remain on the surface after sanding. To fix this, re-sand the surface with 800 grit sandpaper and wash the surface with soap and water or degreaser to clean all stuck dirt off. Then repeat the steps of painting.
- Orange Peeling results from: a spray can that is held too far away from the surface; the temperature where you’re spraying is too high (for best results, spray under 86°F or out of sunlight) or the spray nozzle is clogged. To fix it, sand with 800 grit sandpaper, and use a fine compound to rub out the orange peel. If that fails, remove paint with paint remover and start over the repainting process and refinish.