21 Century Film 6' - Light Red
- Perfect match for 21st Century Covering
- Fuel proof
- Fast Drying
- Easy to use
- High quality spray nozzle
Coverite's remarkable 21st Century Paint formula has been developed to specifically meet the rigorous demands of flying model airplanes. It is fuel proof up to 15% nitro and requires no clear protective overcoat. 21st Century Paint can be applied to fabric and film coverings, wood, metal and many plastics. Due to it's formula, 21st Century Paint is NOT compatible with any other paint or primer. Can NOT be used on styrofoam.
Please note that aerosol cans are not shippable via Canada Post. Aerosol cans will only be shipped via courier due to their hazardous goods nature.
21st Century Film is a Patented, Flexible High-Gloss Polyester that is Inexpensive, Easy, Clean and Quick to Use. This is a Multi-Temperature Film. It Will Not Burn Until Temperature Exceeds 400°F and Yet Still Adheres Using Temperatures Under 200°F. FEATURES: Super Strong with a Tensile Strength of 25,000 psi (pounds per square inch) Lightweight at Only .25 ounces per square foot Dry Adhesive is Activated When Heat Is Applied Shrinks To A Drum-Tight Finish As It Cools Molds Crease-Free Around Compound Curves and Into Corners High Gloss Finish, Waterproof, Fuelproof (Glow Fuel, Gasoline, Smoke) Stronger and Lighter Than Traditional Silk and Dope Coverings May Be Cleaned with Glass Cleaner or MonoKote Cleaner/Polish INCLUDES: One Roll (6' x 27") Light Red 21st Century Film Covering One Instruction Sheet REQUIRED: Sealing Iron (COVR2550), Iron Sock (TOPR2175), Heat Gun (TOPR2000). COMMENTS: For Covering Foam at Low-Temperature, Suggest (COVQ0711-COVQ0719). Black Baron Films Can Be Used On Top of 21st Century High Temperature Covering But Not Under. Note: Different Dye Lots of 21st Century Paints, Films and Fabrics, May Vary Slightly In Color Between Production Runs Of These Products. 21st Century Paint 21st Century Fabric: COVQ0302 Temperature Range: Attaching to Wood (Activating the Glue): 250-325°F JAL 8/28/98 ir/jl