CHICAGO (June 9, 2015) — The Valspar Corp. has launched 2nd Skin Peel-Off Coating, which it said is designed to provide a tough, rubberized finish for a wide variety of automotive surfaces.
The synthetic rubber coating is easily applied, according to Valspar, and will last until it is peeled off. The company noted that it will not damage the original paint on a vehicle.
Valspar 2nd Skin is quick drying and provides an extra layer of protection from moisture, acids, abrasion, weathering, corrosion and high temperatures up to 200 degrees, the firm said. It will not crack or become brittle in extreme weather conditions.
Available in six colors—red, black, blue, white, smoke and clear—Valspar 2nd Skin can be used on vehicles, in shops and on automotive-related surfaces including metal (reduces vibration, deadens sound and insulates electrically), wood (seals and protects from weathering and splinters), glass (shatter proofs glass objects and provides a frosted appearance to windows and crafts) and plastic (protects from scratches).
“This premium aerosol allows users to protect, cushion or customize the appearance of any painted surface, as well as wheels, chrome trim, metal and plastic,” said Shelley Potaniec, product manager, aerosols for Valspar. “Valspar 2nd Skin Peel-Off Coating quickly dries to a matte finish that remains flexible and stretchy over time. It can be peeled off and leaves no residue or film.”
For more information on Valspar products, call 866-222-8714 or visit the Valspar website.