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BarkMark

BarkMark® Water Clean-Up Tree Marking Paint

Lasts up to 3 years.

Item #: 57175
112120
$11.75$11.25$9.95
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Description

BarkMark Water Clean-Up Tree Marking Paint, Red, Quart

Provides highly visible colors with excellent durability on all types of trees and sprays easily down to -20°F with no clogging or settling. Water-based paint makes cleanup fast and easy.

Product Notes

  • Extra Charge if Shipped by Domestic Air.

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Quick Specs

Brand BarkMark
UPC
UNSPSC 31211513
Made In United States

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Quick Specs

Brand: BarkMark
UPC:
UNSPSC: 31211513
Made In: United States

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Anonymous

I like this paint since it doesn't give off as many fumes as other brands, also since it is water based. It holds up really well too.

Anonymous

Very satisfied with quality of the paint and the color. Seems low odor in comparison to others. Will definitely purchase again.

Anonymous

So I'm used to using Federal Tracer paint, and I finally got to do some non-federal jobs. Bought 20 gallons of the blaze orange for cut-tree marking. A good thirty-second shake before going in the gun, and it's ready to go. Runs great through guns, and I also run it through 4-gallon backpack pesticide sprayers like the Hudson SP0 and the Field King. Without thinning, this stuff stands out like a sore thumb, can see it a hundred yards away easily. Great coverage, dries on bark within minutes. My consumption rate is at least 3X better than A or C paint. Getting about 3-4 acres per gallon consistently. I leave it in my backpack sprayer for a week at a time, and it's fine. Just shake the sucker to be sure and run a functions check. There is a slight chemical odor with this paint, but it's not bad. Doesn't wash off of me or my dog easily. I use alcohol swabs to clean off my glasses. It would take an extreme event for me to willingly switch to another paint.