Using the paint-roller brush (included in every kit), apply 3 THICK COATS. Thicker is better. Be generous - paint a base coat and wait 5 minutes or so between coats 2 and 3, all in one simple application process. The above photo shows 3 coats after drying for 20 minutes or so. It's turning clear...
let it dry
Dry time depends upon the temperature, humidity, and available sunlight. For fastest dry time, dry in the sun. It dries clear and leaves a slight texture.
You're protected against rock chips, tar, road rubber, you name it..clear bra alone is not enough and doesn't save you clean-up time.
Peel it off
Peel in the shade at 55-70 degrees (not the sun). Your paint must be completely cool. Start with an edge on the perimeter of your protected area. Apply even tension and pull gently close to the paint. If you applied 3 coats, it will peel easily.
Wash and dry surface to be protected with soap and water (a coat of wax is also preferred, but is not necessary) Cleaning ensures that residue and debris are removed to maximize contact of Road Warrior Plus to the painted surface.
Prior to use, gently agitate Road Warrior Plus by slowly inverting the bottle and righting it several times. Do not aggressively shake. Applications should be done in ambient temperatures of 65˚F (19˚C) or above.
Pour Road Warrior Plus into roller pan. Thoroughly cover roller with the liquid. Roll the first application of Road Warrior Plus onto the desired area, using even strokes. A complete, thick coat is needed (avoid making thin spots) for optimal end result. It will have a “milky” white appearance when wet.
Allow the coating to dry (could take 30 minutes to an hour to air dry)* Coating will turn clear once dried/cured.
Once dried/cured, apply second coat to area covered in Step 3, following the same procedure for application and drying. Before direct exposure to the environment, it is important that coating is allowed to fully cure.
*Commercial Use Note: IR medium wave length oven technology can be used and is recommended. Please feel free to contact us for more information.
Coating removes easily between temperatures of 60-90˚F (16-32˚C). Do not remove when coating is HOT or in direct sunlight- it is easiest to remove when cool and wet.
Spray coated surface with a spray bottle or hose, using cold or warm water, never HOT. Allow water to sit for 2 minutes before peeling by hand. Pressure water from a garden hose or a standard manual car wash system can also be used to remove coating. No adhesive residue will be left behind.
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