A proprietary formula containing the correct proportions of the same plasticizers used in the Poly-Fiber coatings with penetrating solvents to carry the plasticizers into the old coating and restore the original flexibility.
- 1. Wash the surfaces with 1 part 310 Cleaner to 20 parts clean water to remove dirt, wax, silicone, and light oil.
- 2. Wipe with clean cloth dampened with C-2210 Cleaner if needed to remove any further trace of oil. Shop towels furnished by towel rental services may be contaminated with silicone, which transfers to the surface being cleaned with the solvent. Use brand-new untreated knit type, lint free, polishing cloths available from most automotive supply stores.
- 3. Wet sand the surfaces with 280-grit wet-or-dry sandpaper and wash the residue off with clean water.
- 4. Apply a minimum of 2 to a maximum of 4 coats of RJ-1200 Rejuvenator at 10 to 20 minute intervals. Thorough penetration and softening of Poly-Fiber coatings is important. Avoid rejuvenating in temperatures above 80° due to rapid evaporation of the solvents.
- 5. After the rejuvenated surfaces have dried to a firm film, two coats of Poly-Spray may be applied if the surface condition warrants additional filling or sunlight blockage for fabric protection. If small cracks in the old finish are visible after the Poly-Spray coat has dried to touch, they may be sealed with Poly-Spray using a small soft brush. Applying additional coats of Poly-Spray and sanding with 400-grit paper after each coat has dried is optional and will depend on the surface condition.
- 6. Poly-Tone finish may be applied as soon as the rejuvenator and Poly-Spray have dried print free. Aero-Thane finish should not be applied until the new surface has thoroughly dried 48 hours to 1 week, depending on the temperature. If slow solvents in the rejuvenator (or any coating) are trapped under solvent-resistant, catalyzed finish coatings, there is a possibility of small blisters forming later under the finish coat in areas over metal structure such as wing leading edges and large structural tube or stringer areas. Trapped solvent vapors will escape through the backside of the surface in open fabric areas. Heat lamps to accelerate drying of any coating can also generate vapor blisters.
Approximately 300 sq ft per gallon.
Guaranteed four years unopened in protected storage. Avoid long-range storage above 100°F. Not affected by freezing.
One-quart and one-gallon cans and 5-gallon pails.