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P R I M E R + A D H E S I O N + B A S E C O A T
Ready-to-spray basecoat formulated for hydrographics.
Scuff, degrease, apply One Hit Wonder and dip.
F E A T U R E D P R O D U C T S
THE AEROSOL DEAL
2K HIGH GLOSS CLEAR
12+ Aerosols for $12 Each
Inspired by "Aggie" Maroon
With UV Protection and Flex Agent
Perfect for OHW, Activator & Clear
$15.00 - $155.00
$47.00 / quart
ABOUT OHW PAINT PAINT COMPANY
OHW Paint Company carries a full range of paints and accessories for the hydrographic industry. Our signature One Hit Wonder paint goes direct to plastic, metal and more and eliminates the need to prime or add adhesion promoter.
NO COUPONS NEEDED
We keep our prices low EVERYDAY so you know you are always getting the best deal. Our 3-in1 One Hit Wonder paint saves as well with no need to buy extra primers or adhesion promoters.
ONE HIT WONDER
USABILITY & BENEFITS
Enjoy a long dip window and easy application. Simply scuff, degrease and paint. One Hit Wonder goes direct to most plastics, metal, wood, bone, fiberglass, previously painted parts and more.
ALWAYS THE BEST
TOP QUALITY BASE & CLEARS
OHW uses the highest quality materials and rich pigments to provide top-performing, hard-wearing, premium paint that covers effortlessly, “sticks to butter” and “lays out like glass.”
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE
THE BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE
The only thing our customers like better than our paint is our customer service. We pride ourselves on quick response times, fast shipping and a friendly voice at the end of the line.
SHOP ONE HIT WONDER BASECOATS
30+ COLORS TO CHOSE FROM
FROM AEROSOLS TO GALLONS
Shop Classics, Metallics, Brites and Match Collection. Don’t see what you need? We’ll custom mix if for you. $0 mix fee/ quart min.
Order aerosol, half pints, quarts and gallons. Get the right amount of paint for whatever job you need.
ONE HIT WONDER PAINT IN ACTION
A sample of some of the great work done by OHW Paint customers.
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