Protect wood speaker cabinets and road cases with Acry-Tech's #1 cabinet coating...DuraTex! It dries to the touch in under three hours, creating a beautiful, white, weather-resistant finish. May also be tinted to light, medium, and pastel colors.
- The #1 speaker cabinet coating for touring cabinets and road cases
- 1kg kit covers around 2 square meter and includes textured roller
- Can be tinted to light, medium, and pastel colors
- Creates a scratch and weather-resistant finish
- Safe, non-toxic formulation that dries in 3 hours
DuraTex Roller Grade 1kg Speaker Cabinet Coating
DuraTex is the #1 speaker cabinet coating, designed to beautify and protect wood speaker cabinets and road cases. Super-easy to apply, DuraTex adheres tremendously to wood and other substrates.
The self-priming formulation eliminates the need for a multi-step finish. Simply roll or brush it onto your speaker cabinets or road cases, and DuraTex's water-based, non-toxic, proprietary blend of high-tech polymers and low volatile organic compounds quickly dries to the touch within three hours (completely curing in about seven days), creating a tough, water-resistant finish.
Adding multiple coats of DuraTex to a cabinet or case increases the strength and weather-resistance of the surfaces. DuraTex is also easy to clean and maintain, the finish looks brand new even after years of abuse!
This 1kg-sized kit of DuraTex is enough to cover and treat around 2 square meter of total surface area, about two 60 x 30 x 45 cm cabinets. Also included is a unique, 3" wide textured roller (with handle) for creating a raised, truck bed liner-style finish.
DuraTex is available in three color variants: Black, White and Ultra Deep. White DuraTex can be tinted to light, medium and pastel colors. Ultra Deep can be tinted to “Deep” & “Ultra Deep” (darker) colors. Without any tint added Ultra Deep dries to a clear finish. A clear finish looks best when rolled using a smooth roller.
Apply roller grade by brush or roller to evenly coat the surface. A heavy first coat followed by a lighter second coat will give a milder texture. A heavy second coat will produce a more aggressive texture. Adding a small amount of water to the product will reduce the texture profile and can provide more of an orange peel texture.