1. Wash area with dish soap or BRUTE thoroughly. If necessary, scrub with TITAN 12 degreaser and small stiff brush prior to thorough wash if trim is wax-stained.
2. Dry with compressed air.
3. Put on protective gear: latex gloves, safety glasses, and mask. Work in well-ventilated area.
4. Open packet, remove applicator, apply to dry trim with over-lapping motions in even strokes for smooth, "level" layers.
5. Do not get wet or drive for 1 hour to fully cure.
NOTES: Trim must be 100% dry for coating adhesion. Cloth applicator will be strongest during first applications and slowly deplete as product is applied. Be mindful of how much product is "layered" at first. Flip and refold applicator for more product to be released as it becomes dirty.
A: Due to the adhesion to trim surfaces and the flexible nature of the plastic, the formula is a specialized trim ceramic that has a very strong odor. PPE is recommended.Q: What protective gear should I wear when applying Frame?
A: Latex Gloves, Safety Glasses, and Mask. Work in well ventilated area.Q: Is Frame a ceramic coating?
A: Yes, it's a semi permanent ceramic coating formulated for trim with 1-2 years protection. (weather dependent)Q: How long should I let Frame cure?
A: Allow frame to cure for 1 hour in dry conditions. Do not drive or get wet prior to Frame curing.Q: What surfaces are safe to apply Frame?
A:Black trim, plastic cladding, rubber moldings
I put it on the exterior "dried out" looking gray plastics of a 2015 RAV-4. Color returned and has lasted 2 months so far. Better than anything else I have used so far. I really want to see how long this lasts.
I used this on 2001 Jeep Wrangler with 30k . Jeep is in excellent condition except for the plastic trim as most Jeep owners are familiar. This product brought the fenders and all other trim back to life. Easy to apply. Unbelievable results.
Put this on my wife's honda accord and my sons 2002 jeep fenders and wow that is a deep black. Not sure how long it lasts as of yet. Still looks great after a month though.