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For Almost 25 years Top Flite MonoKote has led the way in covering materials. Proven in the heat of competition, used in virtually every category of model aviation and accepted as the covering-of-choice by modelers worldwide, Top Flite covering materials continue the tradition. Superior adhesion, tremendous selection of brilliant colors, ease of application and a finish that is as beautiful as it is repairable. Each roll 26" by 72".
MonoKote is a Patented, Flexible High-Gloss Polyester Film that is Inexpensive, Easy, Clean, and When Compared to "old fashioned" Coverings, Quick To Use. For great covering ideas and to insure a professional finish, order the MonoKote Covering Instructional DVD, TOPZ0105. FEATURES: Super Strong with a Tensile Strength of 25,000 psi (pounds/sq in) Lightweight at Only 0.2 oz/sq ft Dry Adhesive is Activated When Heat is Applied Shrinks to a Drum-Tight Finish As It Cools High Gloss Finish Fuelproof and Waterproof Stronger and Lighter Than Traditional Silk and Dope Coverings May be Cleaned with Glass Cleaner, "409" or MonoKote Cleaner/Polish INCLUDES: One (6' x 26") Roll of Black Covering One Instruction Sheet REQUIRES: Sealing Iron (TOPR2100), Heat Gun (TOPR2000), Iron Sock (TOPR2175) COMMENTS: Paints, Trim Sheets, EconoKote and Different Lots of MonoKote May Vary Slightly In Color Between Production Runs of These Products. If Using Three or More Rolls of the Same Color, it is Suggested to Use a 25' Roll (TOPQ1208) To Ensure the Same Dye Lot for the Entire Model Being Covered. LustreKote Primer Must Be Used With LustreKote Paint to Bring Out Its True Color. MonoKote Trim Sheet: TOPQ4109 MonoKote Flat: TOPQ0508 MonoKote is a High Temperature Covering, NOT For Use Directly On Foam EconoKote IS For Use Directly On Foam, Use the Following: EconoKote Covering: TOPQ2608-TOPQ2612 (EconoKote may be used on top of, but not under MonoKote.) Temperature Ranges: Attaching to Wood: 215 - 240°F (activating the glue) Partial Shrinkage: 230 - 270°F Maximum Shrinkage: 270 - 350°F ir/jl