GREAT FOR PRACTICE & PROTOTYPING Tack Reducer is sprayed on the panel first and wiped dry. It reduces the agressiveness of all vinyl adhesives and can be a great way to practice if you are new to wrapping and perfect way to prototype your wrap strategy for a new shape if you are experienced -- or new. Tack Reducer will help get used to applying vinyl and tackling curvy shapes multiple times without the vinyl easily becoming bunched or wrinkled.
EXCELLENT FOR SOME CHROME OR SOFTER PAINTS Some chrome (some plastic chromes) can provide too much adhesion with vinyl adhesive. Likewise some custom or softer paints can do the same. Tack Reducer can ease installation and improve removal over time.
REMEMBER Even if your vinyl gets wrinkled or bunched, it's not ruined! You can hinge one side of the vinyl to a body panel, suspend the rest above the body and use a heat gun to gently heat the vinyl. It will come back to it's original shape, eliminating wrinkles any number of times!
Use only on clean surfaces in shade.
Shake well for one minute.
Lightly spray on body panel and wipe with a micro fiber towel.
Avoid applying to the panel edges as those areas are where you may want some extra adhesion.
Always test first with and without tack reducer, applying a small piece of vinyl to determine if Tack Reducer suits your application.
Remove Tack Reducer with isopropyl alcohol. Apply some isopropyl alcohol to a microfiber cloth and wipe the area coated with Tack Reducer to remove it.