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Is SpeedGuard Aviation really different from other "Sealants" I've tried before?
The answer is yes. SpeedGuard uses a highly concentrated hybrid ceramic that instantly bonds to surfaces and won't simply wash off like other products on the market. Other products loose adherence to the surface and wear away during normal washes or wipe downs. 

How do I apply it to my aircraft?
Spray a little on a microfiber glass towel, mist onto the surface you want to protect and wipe it in. There is no buffing required, however on dark painted surfaces and brightwork, a little haze may be removed with a clean microfiber glass towel.

How long does it last before I need to put it on again?
We have found that on forward facing jet aircraft components like nose, leading edges, inlets and tail surfaces, SpeedGuard is still effective after 5-6 months.

How much do I need for my aircraft?
One 24oz. bottle will be enough to apply to an entire single engine Cessna if you coated all the surfaces. You could easily treat all the forward facing areas of a Gulfstream 650 with one bottle. A little goes a long way and will leave you extra for touch up or other applications.

How do I remove SpeedGuard for touch up paint or other repairs?
Simple acetone will remove SpeedGuard from any surface. Some cleaners like ZEP will also remove SpeedGuard. We have found that Simple Green Extreme mixed 4:1 is the best and cheapest cleaning solution for bugs and oil on aircraft that will not effect the properties of SpeedGuard.

Is it effective on brightwork?
Yes. We and others in the industry have been Using SpeedGuard on polished leading edges with great success. Corrosion is lessened and bugs come off extremely easy without scrubbing or scratching of the brightwork.

Can I put it on my windows or plastic?
No. During Boeing BSS7432 testing, it was found to cause acrylic plastic crazing. We do not recommend using SpeedGuard on plastics.

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