Peel Coat Sprayable Gallons by Rust-Oleum

Rust-Oleum Peel Coat is a removable rubber
coating that provides endless customization options for automotive applications. It provides
a smooth, matte finish with premium performance and protection from road debris. Peel Coat
Gallons provide greater coverage than aerosols, and help to complete bigger customizing projects.
In this video, we’ll show you have easy it is to transform the look of your car using
Peel Coat Sprayable Gallons. Before you begin, make sure they surface you’re painting is
clean, dry, and free of any wax. We recommend you wash it first with soap and water. Rinse
and let it dry completely before beginning. Mask off the area you’ll be coating and cover
any surrounding surfaces to protect them from overspray, especially windshields, mirrors,
grilles, and wheels. Use paper to cover large areas. Read all instructions carefully before
beginning to apply Peel Coat. And, be sure to spray in a well-ventilated area. After
opening the product, stir thoroughly. Peel Coat Gallons are conveniently available as
ready-to-use formulas, so do not thin or mix with any other products. Be sure you have
enough Peel Coat on hand. For a small vehicle, you’ll need 2-3 gallons to fully cover the
entire body. A larger vehicle can require 4 gallons or more. Prepare your sprayer and
read its directions before you begin. Peel Coat works with either electric turbine or
HVLP sprayers. Pour the Peel Coat coating into the spray gun canister. Begin to apply
by spraying a light first coat over the entire surface. Once your first coat is applied,
apply 3-4 additional coats, waiting 5-10 minutes between each one. Once you’re finished applying
your final coat, begin removing masking tape while still wet to help insure clean edges.
Then, wait a full 24 hours, and your newly customized vehicle will be ready to hit the
road. Peel Coat can withstand normal wear and tear, rain , car washes, and it protects
your vehicle from rust and other road debris. When you would like to remove the Peel Coat,
it’s easy to do. Just begin peeling at the edge of the coated surface with your finger
tips. The coating should peel off in large pieces. Once you’ve removed your Peel Coat
coating, clean the surface gently with soap and water. For additional information, how-to
videos, and a wide range of Rust-Oleum automotive products like Peel Coat, visit

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