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- Rust-Oleum NeverWet Rain Repellent Spray
Properties of NeverWet Rain Rapellent Spray
|Solvents||Methyl Ethyl Ketone, Isopropyl Alcohol|
|Fill Weight||11 ounces|
|VOC||569 g/l (5.48 lbs./gal.)|
|Practical Coverage at Recommended|
DFT (assume 15% material loss)
|Coverage will vary on surface area and number of coats|
|Dry Times at 70-80°F |
(21-27°C) and 50% RH
|Buff off after 5 minutes to Handle|
Recoat after 5 minutes to Re-Coat
10 minutes to Full Care
|Shelf Life||2 years|
|Flash Point||23°F (-5°C)|
|Safety Information||For additional information, see MSDS|
|Technical Data Sheet||Click here|
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How to Apply NeverWet Rain Repellent Spray
Ideal Atmospheric Conditions to Use
Are going to apply it? Have you considered the weather conditions? Apply when temperatures are between 10°C - 32°C and avoid of using in windy and dusty conditions. Don’t use the product near open flame and keep it away from children.
Before applying, ensure that glass is free of dust or not. If there is need to clean the glass, it is recommended to use NeverWet Glass Cleaner Spray. Remember, rain repellent is recommended to treat glass surfaces only. As the product is available in spray, therefore just cover the surrounding areas to protect from spray mist.
You will need gloves, clean cloth or paper towel for the application. Shake the bottle for an instance and then rotate nozzle to “ON” position. Afterwards, spray NeverWet Rain Repellent onto a clean cloth or paper towel (whatever you’ve) and buff into the windshield in a circular motion. Reapply the product to your cloth as needed until the entire window has been covered.
Once the task is completed, wait for 5 minutes. You can see light haze on the surface! There is no need to worry about that, just buff off using a clean cloth or a towel in circular motion. Use the same procedure to apply second coat.
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