Material application guide
CHECKING THE KIT PRIOR TO APPLICATION
1. Open the packaging and inspect the kit for any transit damage.
2. Check that it is the correct kit for the vehicle, that all of the components are there and that they fit the vehicle.
3. If you have any query please raise it at this stage - Don’t begin to fit a partial kit.
GETTING THE VEHICLE READY FOR APPLICATION
Clean the area of the vehicle required with soapy water and a soft cloth. After washing,
Ensure the vehicle is
CHEVRON KIT APPLICATION
Place the components on the vehicle and fix them in position using a removable masking tape.
Check that the chevrons line up correctly and sit
Adjust the panel positions if necessary but do not remove any backing paper at this stage.
Secure the outer strip of each block with masking tape -
Once you are ready to begin applying the material, remove the backing paper from one of the blocks and use a squeegee to press the material on to the vehicle, working along from the masking tape hinge taking care not to trap any bubbles using overlapping vertical strokes.
Repeat the above step for the other blocks in a logical manner.
Once the full kit has been applied, remove any remaining masking tape and check the edges. If any edges are lifting, re-squeegee the area. Gentle heat from a
Tiny bubbles in the livery will naturally disappear within a few days. Larger bubbles can be pierced with a sharp pin or blade and then squeezed out. Any creases can be heated with a hairdryer and firmly re-squeegeed.
The number markings on the kit can be removed with a damp cloth being careful not to catch any exposed edges.
MAINTENANCE - DO'S
Do use a fan spray of water.
Do use max 75 bar pressure and max temp 38 degrees centigrade.
Do use nozzle more than 1200mm from livery edges.
Do use an angle greater than 45 degrees to the vehicle.
Do use a mild detergent and clean water.
Do use a soft
MAINTENANCE - DONT'S
Don't hold the nozzle closer than 1200mm to the livery.
Don't direct the water at an angle less than 45 degrees to
Don't use solvents, abrasives,
Don't steam clean liveries.