FEYNLAB® Plastic Black incorporates black pigment into the FEYNLAB® Plastic formula, designed for extremely faded trim. Those trims type that starts to change color, usually a grayish tone from extensive UV exposure. Additionally Plastic Black has a slightly glossier finish than Plastic.
Once Plastic Black is Fully Cured, it is recommended to top with Universal for UV protection.
Durability, Warranty, & Application Surfaces
Warranty Duration – 1 yr.
Application includes 1 component layer, reaching an overall film build between 1-2 microns.
APPROVED SURFACES FOR APPLICATION ONLY: – DO NOT apply to unapproved surfaces
Unopened – 1 year.
30ml (1oz) FEYNLAB® Plastic Black
Always wear respirator & gloves during application. Ensure application area is free of loose contamination.
Thoroughly clean vehicle using FEYNLAB® PURE WASH vehicle to remove all topical contamination. Follow with a topical decontamination clay treatment using FEYNLAB® PRIME.
Prior to application place vehicle in a well lit, temperature controlled 10°C-30°C (50°F-85°F), & contamination free environment.
Shake PLASTIC BLACK vigorously for 1 min before use.
Note: The amount of PLASTIC BLACK required will vary based upon the overall type of plastic and the starting condition. More oxidized faded plastics may require more product or multiple applications.
Be sure to carefully inspect all finished panels for any leftover coating residue (high spots) during the final wipe. Commonly edges, emblems, and other tight areas may contain some remaining residue. High spots are much easier to remove if caught within a 20-40 min window after the final wipe, than later when the coating has set and curing has started.
Post Application Instructions
All FEYNLAB® Coatings are subject to different dwell and curing time windows due to humidity and temperature. In General, the higher the humidity level the quicker the coating will cure. If humidity level approaches 80% or higher then consider lessening the recommended dwell and wipe times for the coating.
If possible apply coating in temperature controlled environment 10°C-30°C (50°F-85°F), with humidity as low as possible.