Prepare your surface. The most important part of the coating process is proper surface preparation. Remove any loose debris, mud, paint, rust or grit by high pressure water cleaning, scraper, or wire brush. Use a solvent like an aerosol brake cleaner to remove any residual petroleum or grease from previous application.
Allow coated surface to dry a minimum of 8 hours between coats in a wellventilated area. For extreme wear applications, apply two coats, but it is recommended that the first coating is allowed to dry at least 8 hours. Allow additional time for high humidity and low temperature conditions.
Surface temperature should be 50-100°F (10-37.8°C) at application. Application of this product to very hot (>300°°°F) or cold surfaces (<20°°°F) is not recommended as this will affect the bonding performance of the product. Once dry, the dry film coating will not be affected by temperature extremes.