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Method A - Application Guide

Suitable for all metal surfaces including bronze, stainless steel and aluminium and is applied using heat as a penetration catalyst (Note that more detailed written instructions for both methods are included with your Propshield purchase along with further detailed precautions). Further application photos can be seen here.

WARNINGS:
1) Do not use Method A on painted surfaces, i.e. outdrive legs and outboards however you can use either method on your outdrive/outboard propellers if the blades on are bare metal.
2) Do not overheat outdrive/outboard props as the rubber insert/seals in some designs of prop hub can be damaged. If unsure check with the manufacturer of your outdrive or outboard motor.

The below example/guide shows Propshield being applied to a bronze propeller.

 

STEP 1

Surface Preparation:
First clean the metal surface

 

STEP 2

Heat the surface
(in this case the propeller)
with a blow lamp or heatgun.

 
 

 
     
               
 

STEP 4

Once the first coat has been applied
over the whole surface melt some
Propshield into a metal container
until it is a liquid.

 

STEP 3

Now with a rag or brush wipe
Propshield onto the propeller
blade until a very thin
film is applied and then with a
rag work vigorously into the surface.

 
 

 
     
               
 

STEP 5

Now brush on a second
thicker coat

 

STEP 6

The job is now completed and
the vessel is ready to launch.
 

 
 

 
     
                 

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