Ultramar Kite Coating offers effective protection for kites. Treatment makes the fabric perfectly water repellent, dirt and oil repellent, less susceptible to mould, and makes it more airtight.
- Kites with old/worn coating take longer to dry.
- Dirt adheres easily to kite fabric with old/worn coating.
- Even new kites are susceptible to mould without additional coating.
- It is difficult to sell a second-hand kite with worn coating.
Ultramar Kite Refit Coating makes kite cloth highly water and dirt repellent. Often more so than the original kite cloth. The cloth stays dry for far longer, is less susceptible to mould and is more airtight.
- Kite Refit Coating: easily applied with a paint roller or spray bottle.
- Kite Refit Coating: used for many years for the professional coating of kites and mattress kites.
- Kite Refit Coating: makes fabric perfectly water and dirt repellent.
- Kite Refit Coating: provides additional protection for new kites.
- Kite Refit Coating: the kite stays dryer and lighter. Ideal for large mattress kites.
- Kite Refit Coating: less wear to stitching.
- Kite Refit Coating: makes kite cloth less susceptible to mould.
- For coating and protecting all types of kites and mattress kites.
- For coating and protecting all types of Nylon cloth structures.
Caution! Ultramar Kite Refit Coating is not a Nanocoating, nor a regular impregnating agent.
CAUTION! Do not inhale the spray mist. Use only in a well-ventilated environment. Protect your eyes, mouth and skin. Read the instructions on the packaging before use.
Directions for use
- The fabric should be clean and dry before treatment.
- Spray Ultramar Kite Refit Coating evenly on the fabric. From left to right and from top to bottom. A thin later is sufficient. Apply with a paint roller if desired.
- Wait until the cloth is dry.
- Then treat the reverse of the kite.
- Then allow the fabric to dry thoroughly.
- Caution! Do not inhale the spray mist. Use only in a well-ventilated environment. Protect your eyes, mouth and skin. Read the instructions on the packaging before use.
The quantity required depends on the type of fabric
400 ml: treats approx. 10 m²