|Developed exclusively for Aircraft Door Seals by a major chemical company, this phenomenal new wing walk coating reduces the chance of slipping when climbing up on the wing. Unlike the mundane wing walk coating found on most aircraft, ULTRA WING WALK is a fast-drying polyurethane-based semi-gloss black coating with fine particles of rubber that adds class to any plane.|
Fantastic product! Take your time, clean and prep the surface, apply the material evenly, and you’ll be quite pleased with the result. We did not remove the old wing walk. We used a roller to apply the product and applied two coats. The result looks like new. Tough, and slip resistant. Will use it again!
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This stuff is great! We used a single 1 Qt can to re-furb the wing walks on a pair of low wing singles. The can is almost impossible to open (there must be a trick, I resorted to turning it upside down and using a can opener) and you need an assistant to keep stirring it constantly, but it goes on well, does not run, and the little chunks are VERY even. It dries with a beautiful liquid sheen and is very secure under foot when dry, a little slippery with wet shoes. But speaking of water, water sheets off it like magic and it is easy to clean. Im super happy with the product.
I bought this to redo the wing walks of my Grumman AA1-A and it worked beautifully. The wing walks now look pretty much like new. It was very simple to apply as well.
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Great wing walk. Easy to apply and durable.
Easy to apply, drys to a smoother texture then other wing walk. Good stuff👍
Goes on easy with a brush. Fair warning, mask off areas very well and pay special attention to any joints that need to remain accessible (access panels). This stuff sticks and will get everywhere. Very good working time and easy to stir with a screwdriver. Used only about 1/2 on a Debonair.
Works as advertised
Takes a bit longer to dry. Say 48 hours.
Really quick shipping
Great DIY product. Just prep the surface, mask the perimeter, stir well, and apply with a roller. Finish is super tough, rough, and glass black.
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Yes, it can be adhered to metal.
This material works well for any application that an anti-slip wing walk is required.
Per the supplier: Yes, it can.
Yes, a standard paint brush (not included) is used to apply the wing walk coating.
Per the supplier: No other product is required.
Per the supplier: 1 quart will generally cover a flat surface of 15 sq ft with two coats.
The recommended application range is from 33° F to 95° F. It can be applied with a brush or a standard 3" roller.
Per the instructions: 1-3 to the touch. Ready to use in 9-12 hours.
Per the instructions: Normally one coat is all that is needed. If you wish to apply two coats, allow at least one hour between coats.
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