Real Clean Sapphire V1 Nano Ceramic Protective Coating

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Part# 09-06064
MFR Model# SAP50


Sapphire V1 Nano Ceramic by Flight Shield offers the most advanced protective coating available to the aviation industry. The aircraft specific formula is easy to apply and is guaranteed to protect your aircraft paint for years. Unlike Teflon, Reactive Polymers and Wax, Sapphire V1 provides a permanent, 9H hard, durable and crystal clear protective coating with unmatched shine and gloss. Check out the specs of our nano ceramic coating for cars and planes below.
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  • Ultra-High Gloss and Shine
  • 9H Hardness for Scratch and Abrasion Resistance
  • Hydrophobic (water-shedding properties)
  • 1200 Degree F. Temperature Resistance
  • Prevents Oxidation (fading of paint)
  • Protects from UV Damage
  • Prevents Exhaust Staining in Paint from Turboprop, Jet and Piston Engines
  • Keeps Aircraft Cleaner for Longer by Rejecting Dirt, Oil, Exhaust, Insect and Bird Deposits

Coverage Recommendations

  • Single Engine Aircraft (i.e.Beechcraft Bonanza) 4 Bottles
  • Twin Engine (i.e.Beechcraft Baron) 6 Bottles
  • Single Engine Turboprop (i.e TBM) 7 Bottles
  • Large Turboprop (i.e. PC12 or King Air) 10 Bottles
  • Small Jet (i.e. Citation II) 10-12 Bottles
  • Midsize Jet (i.e. Hawker 800) 14 Bottles
  • Large Jet (i.e. Gulfstream) 20 Bottles



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