Rapid Tac II Application Fluid for Vinyl Graphics 4 Ounce Sprayer
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- Formulated for specialty films and cold weather applications.
- Makes vinyl installations faster and easier.
- Aids in application without bubbles.
- Allows for re-positioning of graphics.
The original Rapid Tac was designed for "premium cast" films in most weather/temperature conditions. Now there is Rapid Tac II which works with any type film in temperatures extremes 20°F to 140°F. and is a blessing for glass applications.
Change is good. Back in the day choosing a vinyl film was easy with basically two film types, cast, and calendered. Nowdays things are a little different. Sign and graphics professionals now have more types of vinyl films to choose from than ever, with more adhesive types as well. We developed Rapid Tac II to work with a wider variety of films such as the economy calendered, intermediate calendered, high performance calendered, metallic, reflective, polyester, mylar and other specialty films).
Rapid Tac II promotes bonding faster than the original Rapid Tac application fluid and is ideal for cold weather and glass application. Rapid Tac II is not a replacement for the Original Rapid Tac, and may bond too fast with “Premium Cast” films in warmer conditions.
Step 1. Clean surface thoroughly by applying Rapid Tac and a kitchen paper towel. DO NOT USE OTHER CLEANERS OR SOLVENTS. (We do recommend Rapid Prep as a pre-cleaner for surfaces that may have been exposed to wax, silicone, or other suspected contaminants).
Step 2. Spray surface again with Rapid Tac, peel backing off decal and place on wet surface.
Step 3. Position decal. Use squeegee to remove fluid, using a good deal of pressure and working from the center out to the edges in all directions.
Step 4. Wait 2-3 minutes. Saturate paper cover tape, if any, with Rapid Tac, then remove paper tape. Wipe surface with paper towel.
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