Flight Shield Reactive Polymer
Flight Shield Reactive Polymer

Flight Shield Reactive Polymer

Regular price
$ 149.95
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$ 129.95
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Flight Shield is an Aerospace Company that offers the industry's finest paint revitalization processes and protective coatings that greatly enhance and protect aircraft across the Nation and Globe. Our coatings greatly extend or completely eliminate the need for aircraft repainting. Enhance and Maximize Aircraft Appearance even on newly painted aircraft. Protect Aircraft paint from contamination, Eliminating oxidation and fading of the paint. Decrease downtime for painting and cleanings. 

This high-performance product is our revolutionary crystal clear nano-coating that chemically bonds to aircraft paint to become a new surface and protective layer.  Our Reactive Polymer formula delivers an ultra-smooth, high gloss, and oxidation-resistant coating. This nano clear industrial coating stands between harmful contaminants and the paint, providing exceptional protection and gloss retention. FlightShield also offers the finest paint revitalization system in the industry. Our revolutionary process restores oxidized and faded paint to look like new, for a fraction of the cost of repainting the aircraft. FlightShield Nano Clear Coat extends paint life, reduces cleaning expense, optimizes performance, and keeps the aircraft looking its best. We guarantee it!


Important Note Prior to Applying Flight Shield Polymer-

The painted surface needs to be in a like-new condition, without dust, fuel, grease, grime, salt, wax, and silicone residues. The surface must also be thoroughly clean.

  1. Shake the bottle before applying Flight Shield Polymer. Flight Shield Polymer will have a noticeable change in viscosity at variant temperatures and may not flow from the bottle during cooler temperatures. This can be resolved by lightly warming the bottles with a hairdryer or storing the bottles in an area 72 degrees F. or warmer.

  2. Using a hand applicator pad, apply a thin and even layer of Flight Shield Polymer to the surface. We recommend a 5 ft. by 5 ft. section or smaller.

  3. Using an orbital polisher and a clean foam pad or terry cloth bonnet, work the product in both directions (left and right) and in the perpendicular up and down pattern ensuring that every part of the surface has been worked evenly from every direction. The product will not haze up like a traditional wax and will stay slightly fluid and wet on the surface. This is normal as the curing process takes place.

  4. Remove residue of the product with a microfiber bonnet placed on the orbital polisher. If residue still persists then hand wipe the area with a clean microfiber using a circular motion.

  5. Repeat the above steps for the next section of the aircraft while slightly overlapping the previous section to ensure complete coverage.

  6. Verify that no product residue is left on the surface. The coating will continue to cure over the next 12 hours. Avoid flying the aircraft or getting the aircraft wet for at least 12 hours after the application.



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