Liquitite is a water-based, clear coating designed to protect canvas (natural and synthetic) and polyester materials. This flexible, yet durable coating prevents liquids, moisture and other contaminates from penetrating the surface. It has built-in UV protection to prevent fabrics from fading and deteriorating. And mildewcides avert the growth of mold and mildew.

This coating may be used on a variety of objects including patio furniture, umbrellas, automobile upholsteries, awnings, boat T tops, camping gear and more. Liquitite is an eco-friendly, biodegradable coating that is safe and easy to apply and doesn't produce any harmful fumes or odors. Coverage ranges from 250 sq. ft per gallon to 500 sq. ft. per gallon depending on surface type and porosity. For a fire retardent version of Liquitite, try SealSafe .

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Liquitite Application

Liquitite may be applied by brush, roller (short nap) or low pressure airless spray. One coat is usually sufficient. If a second coat is desired, allow the first coat to become tack free. At 7°F and 50% RH the coating should be dry to the touch in about 30 minutes or less. A full 48 hours curing time is required for optimal curing before subjecting the coated object to heavy use.

Prior to application make sure that the washed and cleaned surface is dry and free of pooled liquids. Do not apply at temperatures below 50°F or above 90°F. Do not apply under rainy and wet conditions. Avoid heavy buildup of the coating.

Liquitite Coverage

Coverage ranges from 250 sq. ft per gallon to 500 sq. ft. per gallon depending on type of surface and surface porosity. Liquitite goes on easily and dries to a clear, gloss finish. This high tech sealant is formulated to protect against staining from beverages, grease and other spills.

Sealed objects can be hosed down without fear of damage. With proper application, this versatile and very effective product will extend the life and usefulness of treated objects.

Liquitite Cleanup

Clean hands, tools, spills and spatters, quickly with soap and warm water. The dry film is tough and tenacious and difficult to remove. If using spray equipment, flush all spray nozzles, spray guns and hoses with clean water to prevent clogging and equipment failure.