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Nelson® Super Spot® Tree Marking Paint


Item #: 57669
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Nelson Super Spot Tree Marking Paint, Blue Gallon

Resists settling, even after long storage. Requires minimal stirring or straining and helps eliminate plugged guns and wasted paint. High visibility, does not absorb into bark. Visibility of smaller marks, even at a distance, is greater than large marks with ordinary tree marking paints. Long lasting, no re-marking problems. Quality-controlled and carefully checked to assure consistent high quality. Solvent-based paint. Nelson Super Spot quart cans contain 30 oz.

Note: Quantity discounts apply to same-color orders. Call for quote on larger quantities.

Product Notes

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Quick Specs

Brand Nelson
UNSPSC 31211513
Operating temperature: -40°F to +120°F.

Quick Specs

Brand: Nelson
MPN: AF5A800
UNSPSC: 31211513

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What is the shelf life of nelspot paint?
There is not a stated shelf life, but we recommend you check any paint that has been sitting for more than 18-24 months. If you do have some that has begun to harden, or thicken up, you can use paint thinner to get it back to usable shape. When storing paint try to keep in an environment with stable temperatures where it is out of direct sunlight and will not freeze.



Well mixed and no clumps.


I used this product for years, often spraying between 60-100 gallons per year. It sprays nicely through trecoder guns, lasts a very long time on the trees, and is highly visible (blue). Unfortunately, being solvent based, after about 3 quarts it would at best make me dizzy as hell, and other times would give me a severe headache and a few times after spraying 2 gals in a day produced a bloody nose. This is not good for your health. I switched to Bark Mark and MUCH prefer it as it pours easier, smells better, is still highly visible, though does not last quite as long on trees. I get a good 3 years out of bark mark, whereas I remember 5-6 years out of Nelson. I still use Nelson for boundary paint.


Over 40 years of timber marking and this remains the best paint for me. I have tried others; and every time I cuss the stuff and come back to the Nelson super spot. Great cold weather paint; flows well and clogs little. Even if it costs a bit more than other formulations this is the most economical owing to coating ability and lack of problems. Good stuff and very visible.