TotalBoat TotalProtect can be tinted using tints that are safe for epoxy, but it may risk not having the same results as TotalProtect that was not tinted, such as a longer curing time, different flow characteristics, or reduced performance. If any other materials are added to TotalProtect, beyond the recommended reducer at the specified percentage, it can have negative effects on the final material.
If you want to try to tint TotalProtect, always make a small test sample and see if it achieves the desired results. Only add epoxy tints after the TotalProtect base and activator components (Part A and Part B) have been thoroughly mixed at the proper ratio. Use as little tint as possible to try to achieve the desired color (ideally, only 1-2%). Choosing gray versus white TotalProtect will also make a difference in how much tint is needed because white will achieve brighter, bolder colors, while gray will help to achieve darker colors more easily.