Fuel and scratch resistant Peelable High Gloss
You can flat and polish this (we recommend 2 wet coats if flatting and polishing).
NOT designed for DIY use. PRO Gloss
Requires a compressor setup to do properly
Full Dip PRO PLUS Ultra High Gloss
fuel and scratch resistant
can be sanded and polished
Ultra High Solids. MUCH better for sanding and polishing up or flowcoating.
2 stage application;
mix the gloss and hardener 2:1 add 10% additive and spray on
one dust coat
one or two wet coats (your choice - we recommend 2 if flatting and polishing)
Kit Contains 2 litres gloss, 1 litre hardener and 250ml additive. (3.25 litres in total). This kit will do 2 x mx5's or 1 C Class Merc size car. Very little is used.
This product is not recommended for the non professional. It contains chemicals that are not good for you. You need the proper PPE equipment. Full protective suit and at minimum an organic, inorganic mask.
Info sheet HERE
For a compressor setup, we use here a SATA 5000RP 1.2 at @ 2bar and get the results below. . If you spray in a professional booth, again you will get better results, if not, do not expect perfection. Dust is your enemy with this product. You could get away with it, with just a normal matte / satin finishes, but high gloss will show up dirt and dust badly. Just be realistic in your expectations. Also if you do not put minimum 7 WET coats of Full Dip liquid wrap down you will struggle to peel in the future. It will not be the products fault, but your own for skimping on product to start with.
Using a compressor and gun setup - Our recommendation is minimum 3 hp, minimum 14CFM and at least 200 litres air storage. Belt driven are better and quieter than v twins, and last longer too. Screw compressors are by far the best (and most expensive). An air drier is pretty essential too (better spray and removes a lot of orange peel). As for guns we use a SATA 5000 RP 1.2 for the gloss
We personally would label this as semi permanent over PlastiDip®. It WILL DEFINITELY peel, but not as well as standard PlastiDip® with out it. If you do not put enough PlastiDip® down first it will be VERY difficult to peel. It is tricky to apply and if your spraying is not good, will be very orange peel. This is pretty difficult to spray properly to get flat and have no runs. Not for a first dip at all. We would say at least 5 + dips before you attempt this. We recommend using over the FullDip, it works better and peels better :) We recommend you use FULL DIP dip for a gloss base. It works 100% better and peels 100% better. If using PD, bang and extra gallon or two of dip on (dependent on original amount)
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