Spraying Full Dip Aerosols

Spraying Full Dip Aerosols

Clean the Surface
Before you start spraying full dip, the surface where you will apply it needs to be completely clean, dry and free of any substance that may be capable of causing poor or no grip (dust, dirt, waxes , etc). Full Dip will bond to almost any surface you spray it on, if the surface is not absolutely clean, you will get imperfections and faults.
So it is important you clean properly, Cleaned perfectly and you will get a uniform smooth finish that will last for years.

Tolerance Test
Full DipĀ® can be applied to any surface such as metals, plastics, glass, wood, etc.. However it may best to do a small pre-test on an insignificant part of your project before committing to the full project to make sure it is 100% compatible to what you are spraying over with no adverse reaction.

Application Of Full Dip
Mix contents
Shake vigorously before use. At least a minute to mix all the internal contents.

Apply the product approx. 20 cm range. Always parallel to the surface you are spraying. You can apply as many coats as you want, keeping in mind that you will need an average of 4-6 coats. But remember, that more coats you apply, the more durable it will be. The result will be better and more easily peeled if you want to remove in the future. Use less coats, two or three, then expect problems like hard to remove, poor finish and durability.

Drying between coats, you must wait at minimum 10-30 minutes depending on temperature where you are spraying. Each Full dip coat will be touch dry in 10-30 minutes, but to be completely dry you need wait 12 hours. We recommend always using a proper PPE mask during application. Once dried / cured, your project is ready to use.

Full Dip can be applied to any surface such as metals, plastics, glass, wood, etc.. Fully preserving surface underneath.However it may require a small test on an insignificant panel to be sure of safe use on your project.

Remember that you can remove Full Dip at a later date by simply peeling from most surfaces like Plastic,glass and metal. Porous surface like wood or concrete it may require sanding and or the use of chemicals to remove.

spraying full dip aerosols