Plasti Dip multi-purpose coating is ideal for a broad array of do-it-yourself projects around the home, garage, garden, and elsewhere. With so many colors, your craft and DIY possibilities are endless!
Attributes of Plasti dip:
- Protects coated items against moisture, acids, abrasion, corrosion, and skidding/slipping, and provides a comfortable, controlled grip
- Remains flexible and stretchy over time
- Will not crack or become brittle in extreme weather conditions
- Proven in temperatures from -30°F to 200°F
- Peelable and removable off of most surfaces
How To Spray
Spraying (11 oz. aerosol)
Surface must be clean and dry. For best results, avoid direct sunlight, high humidity or breezy conditions.
Shake can vigorously for one full minute after mixing ball begins to rattle. Shake often while applying.
Hold can 6-10” from surface, moving can back and forth, slightly overlapping each stroke. Apply heavily enough to produce an even, wet appearance.
Allow 30 minutes minimum between coats. Apply as many coats as desired (3-4 average).
Allow 4 hours minimum dry time before use. Coverage: Approximately 5-10 sq. ft. per can.
Always protect surrounding areas from overspray. Allow 4 hours per coat for complete dry. If runs or sags are experienced, move can further away from surface. To avoid clogged nozzle, turn can upside down and spray for 5 seconds. If clogged, remove nozzle and soak in naphtha or mineral spirits for 30 minutes. Do not stick pin or other objects into stem. Use naphtha, xylene (xylol), or toluene (toluol) for cleanup. To greatly increase non-skid properties, sprinkle a generous amount of grit onto wet surface of first coat. Apply at least two additional coats of Plasti Dip. For best results, use a pumice (crystalline silica) grit. Results may vary with other grit additives. When applied properly Plasti Dip can be removed from most surfaces, if desired.
As with all aersols we advise the following
- Do not spray near an open flame
- Spray in a well ventilated area
- Wear adequate PPE equipment (gloves and respirator)
- If you get in mouth or eyes, rinse out immediately and call 112