Age Master#1 rubber protectant helps extend the life of deicers so you can cut maintenance costs, slow deterioration and aging, extend service life & save money. The protectant isn't just a surface coat. Penetrates neoprene rubber to help retard damage from ozone, weathering and pollutants to help your deicers stay strong and flexible. And its economical,long lasting and easy to apply.
AGEMASTER #1 RUBBER PROTECTANT QT
I achieved the patent leather look of the boots easily with the age master. Three coats after the stripper, waited one day and then applied the polish.
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Per the supplier, the shelf life of this product is 3 years. The date of manufacture and expiration date will be displayed on each can.
1 quart of Age Master has 32 fluid ounces of material.
This would cover approximately 36 sq ft to 44 sq ft.
Yes, this is considered hazmat for air shipping.
Age master is a protectant that you would put on once or maybe twice a year, to protect the boots from aging. Shinemaster would be used more often to keep the boots looking clean and new in between. Both are recommended by BF Goodrich.
Yes. Agemaster is applied every 6 months to preserve and the protect the boots. Icex is applied every 50 hours to inhibit adhesion. You can also use Shinemaster to keep the boots clean as needed.