|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.5 x 1.5 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||Rapid Tac|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RTAC4OZ|
RAPID TAC Application fluid for Vinyl Wraps Decals Stickers 4oz Sprayer
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RAPID TAC Application fluid for Vinyl Wraps Decals Stickers 4oz SprayerFor fast, easy, quality installation of vinyl graphics with no bubbles.Rapid Tac Application Fluid shocked installers by allowing them more control over their applications than ever before. Now what took hours could be accomplished in minutes. Using Rapid Tac Application fluid can often allow a large graphic to be installed with one person where two people were required to perform the same installation dry. Rapid Tac Application Fluid also cleans the substrate without leaving residues ensuring a contaminant free installation. It then helps to "float" the vinyl film until it is properly positioned. Rapid Tac Application Fluid's best feature is that it effectively breaks the surface tension of the adhesive on the film allowing it to flow and bond to the substrate more effectively than even a dry application. It is now possible to achieve a full bond in as little as ninety seconds. Your customers and your reputation will benefit from higher-quality applications. Your bottom line will benefit from faster applications and less failures as well.STEP 1. Clean surface thoroughly with Rapid Tac and a kitchen paper towel. DO NOT USE OTHER CLEANERS OR SOLVENTS. (We do recommend Rapid Prep as a pre-cleaner for surfaces that may have been exposed to wax, silicone, or other suspected contaminants) STEP 2. Spray surface again with Rapid Tac, peel backing off decal and place on wet surface. STEP 3. Position decal and spray top of decal to minimize scratching. Use squeegee to remove fluid, using a good deal of pressure and working from the center out to the edges in all directions.
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I've tried all the tricks - alcohol, half alcohol and water, Windex, etc. etc. Some of these things do allow easier placement but degrade the ability of the decal edge to adhere effectively over time. Others allow adhesion too quickly. Nearly everything leaves at least a few bubbles which are impossible to squeegee to the edges so I end up poking them with a pin to remove them, leaving small spots where dirt and grime collect and are difficult to remove.
So, when the hubby bought an expensive set of decals for his new sportbike, you can imagine how thrilled I was to have the job of applying them. Not only was this a project that had to look good, it had to stay looking good for a long time. Add to the complexities of this installation is the fact that every one of these 12 decal locations had compound radii which required the flat decals to conform to curved plastic. Fuuuun.
I knew my regular process of spraying everything with water/alcohol/soap mixture, cussing, squeegeeing, cussing, using the heat gun, then cussing some more wasn't gong to cut it, so I did some internet searching. Many online forums later I decided to try Rapid Tac.
I purchased the Rapid Tac Application Fluid and Rapid Prep Cleaner, yes they're not cheap, and yes they come in a small bottle, but if they could help me produce good results without ruining an expensive decal kit I considered it a good investment.
I brought all the plastic inside the house, removed the old graphics then washed everything in hot soapy water, I then set it aside to dry completely overnight. The next morning I double checked the installation information given on the Rapid Tac website, then carefully wiped down the first piece of plastic with the Rapid Prep using regular cheap paper towels as recommended. I then sprayed Rapid Tac on the plastic, removed the backing on the decal and sprayed it down, then applied the decal. Once it was placed properly (after a couple of easy repositions) I started squeegeeing out the fluid starting in the middle. The fluid came out easily and without bubbles. I used a heat gun to ease the decal around corners and was able to work the decal for at least 15 minutes before things dried completely and began to set up.
All 12 decals were installed on 6 pieces of plastic in about an hour. There's no bubbles, no wrinkles, and the job looks like it was done professionally. I would have never been able to do this without Rapid Tac.
If this is your first time installing graphics you won't be able to grasp just how incredibly helpful this product is, but if you've struggled with getting perfect results before you're going to absolutely love this stuff. Follow the directions, be sure you're working with a 100% clean surface, you'll be amazed with the results.
In a nutshell, and in my opinion, it doesn't have a whole lot of benefit over just soapy water. I know that many "professionals" use this. However, it is expensive, and the bottle doesn't easily spray out a lot of fluid. The soapy water sprayer that I use is in a large bottle that is easy to coat the area and the vinyl. This is a small bottle and one has to keep pumping for quite a bit of time to cover an area.
Does it work.. yes. However, it sets up quicker and less working time.
So, it's ok, but for me, I'll go back to the older technique.
Just my two cents.. and amateur installer who prefers easy and slow to a quick set up and an expensive product.