A 16-Ounce Can Provides Approx. 250 Feet Of A 4-Inch Wide Line. A 20-Ounce Can Covers Approx. 300 Feet With The Same 4-Inch Line.
How Much Paint Is In The Can? Compare The Net Weights. Federal Law Requires That The Cans Clearly Label The Net Weight Of Paint.
20 Ounce Cans = Keson: 17 Oz. Of Paint + 3 Oz. Of Propellant (For 16 Oz. Cans ItThat Is 14:2) Most Competitors: 15 and 16 Oz. Of Paint + 4 Or 5 Oz. Of Propellant (For Their 16 Oz. Cans ItThat Is 13:3)
100% Of Keson Paint Is Made In The Usa.
Shelf Life Of A Can Of Paint Is Approximately 1 Year.
Manufacturer Description: Since 1968 tradespeople and contractors have relied on Keson. We are a leading supplier and manufacturer of innovative, high-quality, measuring and marking tools. Our complete line of world-class tools measure up to the exacting demands of working-class professionals. Our service expertise ensures our customers’ needs are met, no matter how unique. From our state-of-the-art, 80,000-square-foot facility, we supply products across the country and around the world.
Unit of Measure: Each
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