Armor Guard Protective Coating for Building Surfaces

VOC Free, 100% Water Soluble Peelable Protective Coating

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Armor Guard Protective Coating, also known as “Glass Guard”, is a peelable protective coating for building surfaces.  Armor-Guard is designed to provide a temporary protective coating to protect building surfaces during construction. Armor Guard can be applied to both interior and exterior surfaces, this extremely tough, waterproof, UV resistant protective coating can last for up to 3 years.

Armor Guard is a VOC free waterborne formula that does not contain dangerous solvents or chemicals. Due to the unique formula, it is non-corrosive and non-flammable. In its liquid state, Armor Guard is 100% water-soluble, making cleanup quick and easy. Once cured, Armor-Guard creates a waterproof, solvent & chemical resistant second-skin membrane. This protective coating is abrasion resistant and protects surfaces from potential damaging agents encountered during construction.

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  • Waterproof & UV resistant
  • Last for up to 3 years
  • VOC Free, does not contain dangerous solvents or chemicals
  • Non-corrosive and non-flammable
  • 100% water-soluble in its liquid state
  • Nonadhesive second-skin membrane
  • Waterproof, solvent resistant & impervious to most job site chemicals
  • Suitable for most non-porous & semi-porous substrates

Armor Guard Provides Protection From…

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  • Solvents
  • Job site chemicals
  • Abrasions
  • Welding damage
  • Grind sparks
  • Cement damage
  • Fire safing
  • Chemical etching
  • Paint overspray
  • Masonry washes
  • Caustic roof runoff

Proper Application of Armor Guard

Armor Guard is a water-based coating so it relies on the surrounding temperature, airflow & other natural elements to assist in the curing time. Armor Guard Application LadderArmor-Guard will dry faster in a dry, arid climate with steady airflow. As opposed to a colder, humid environment, where Armor Guard will dry more slowly. The addition of forced air ventilation will speed up the drying process. 

For Additional Information on the Armor Guard Application Process, Please Check Out Our “How to Apply Armor Guard” Page

Sprayer Application

  • Properly mask off or shield area to prevent overspray
  • First, spray the perimeter of the area being sprayed
  • Overlap the spray pattern 50% each pass
  • Pay particular attention areas with 90 degree angles
  • Achieve an ideal wet spray thickness of 10-12mils
  • Remove masking immediately after application, for a clean peeling edge

Roller Application

  • Use a 3/8″ – 1/2″ nap roller
  • Armor Guard can be used straight out of the bucket, no need for paint trays
  • Roll on the first coat in 1ft. sections
  • Be sure to keep the edges thick for easy peeling, no need to feathering the edges
  • For an ideal thickness, you may need to apply up to 3 coats

 

 

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