A mild solvent blend formulated to remove oil, silicone, wax and other contaminants from all painted or primed surfaces. Also removes tape gum from painted surfaces and acrylic windshield materials. Available in quart and gallon sized.
This FAA approved process utilizing Poly-Fiber Dacron fabrics and the unique "Poly" line of finishes assures a beautiful, durable, weather-resistant cover job every time. Documented time tested results by the professionals. The Poly-Fiber Covering Process was issued Supplemental Type Certificate No. SA-1008-WE in 1965 and this number will apply to all aircraft.
Note: Formerly known as Stits covering process. Only Poly-Fiber materials may be used through the topcoat paint to comply with STC requirements. Poly-Fiber finishes are required for approval. Poly-Fiber is approved for use on most certified aircraft. To be sure, check the approved model list in the procedure manual.
Important Notice: All mixed paints are special order and are non-returnable.
great job cleaning but use lightly
This is the perfect cleaner to prep our products for painting
This product worked awesome for cleaning tape and sticker residue from the painted fabric surfaces without attacking the paint. Was very happy as everything else I tried was either ineffective or would attack the finish
I use this cleaner on many small projects, doesnt damage a finish and cleans perfectly .
It just plain (plane!!) works!!!
I only received 1 can of 2 when will the second can arrive?
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