Do not apply Liquid Glass Shield products when near a source of ignition. This includes smoking.
Only use liquids, sachets and cloths supplied in the Liquid Glass Shield packs as other products may damage the surface.
Before application, make sure that your engine and ignition are switched off. Do not spray directly on to any hot surfaces (engine/exhaust), live electrical contacts or sensitive apertures. Do not apply in direct sunlight or when the surfaces of the water craft are warm or hot.
(Whilst you can spray on to surfaces, directly, there is quite a high waste factor. Spraying onto the cloth virtually eliminates waste.)
Surfaces can be handled carefully once air dried and buffed but we recommend treating surfaces and then not touching or using them for 6 to 12 hours, wherever possible (i.e. leave overnight). Ideally, don’t use the water craft at all for 12 hours.
Before applying Liquid Glass Shield to fabrics it is essential to make sure that the surface is clean and dry and has not been previously treated with a surface covering such as starch or detergent. To test the surface simply drip clean water onto the surface and check that the water quickly soaks into the fabric, if it does you can apply the Liquid Glass Shield.
If the water does not soak into the fabric almost instantly then you must pre-clean the surface, rinse well to remove any detergent and dry completely. Then repeat the water test to check that the water soaks into the fabric. Once this is the case, you can then apply the Liquid Glass Shield.
To improve the performance of Liquid Glass Shield we suggest that a pH test is performed prior to application. If the pH level is high, clean the fabric with a neutral or low pH cleaner, then rinse with clean water and allow to dry.
Liquid Glass Shield soft surface protector is water based and completely natural but we do recommend doing a spot test on a non-visible section of the surface to be coated prior to a full application.
Once the surface is ready to apply the Liquid Glass Shield protective coating;