Sili-Kote Silica Spray Sealant
Never confuse Sili-Kote Silica Spray Sealant with your typical spray wax or final detail spray – IT’S SO MUCH MORE! Just like glass in an easy to use spray application, Sili-Kote Spray Sealant will provide up to 6 MONTHS of durable protection. Moreover, the specialized silica component will actually refract light resulting in an unmatched high gloss and reflective finish.
Sili-Kote Silica Spray Sealant will deliver a substantial coating of specially modified silica, which is the same base technologies used in glass and even semiconductor chips. Developed from sand, silica SiO2 (silicon dioxide) is processed into a powder form and emulsified into a user friendly water based blend that will protect and add an incredible level of hydrophobic properties to any treatable surface. Sili-Kote Silica Spray Sealant may be used on paint, clearcoat, fiberglass , plastic and even gelcoat surfaces.
Sili-Kote Spray Sealant may be used on a dry or wet vehicle. If the vehicle is wet, Spray a small amount into a clean and soft microfiber towel and wipe into surface. Using a second clean and soft microfiber towel, buff residue to a high gloss finish. If vehicle is dry, spray directly onto a damp microfiber towel and apply to a cool surface one panel at a time. With a second clean and soft microfiber towel, buff to a high gloss finish.
Product has a tacky feel when applying to dry surfaces so it best applied to a damp towel and then applied to a clean and cool surface. Avoid high GSM towels with deep fibers during the application process. Remove with a clean and soft towel.
Sili-Kote Spray Sealant can be used as a stand-alone protectant or applied on top of Clarity1’s amazing “Distinction Ceramic Silica Primer Polish”. It will increase coating anti-static and hydrophobic properties and deliver that amazing high gloss reflective shine.
No matter how you use it,Sili-Kote Silica Sealant will immediately turn into one of your favorites.
Did you know?
Most often recognized in the form of quartz, silicon dioxide is found naturally in water, plants, animals, and within the Earth. The Earth’s crust is 59 percent silica, and it makes up more than 95 percent of known rocks on the planet. When you sit on a beach, it’s silicon dioxide in the form of sand that gets between your toes.