Below is a list of our Liquid Guard frequently asked questions, if you can’t find what you are looking for or have some feedback please use the contact form at the bottom of the page.

1. Liquid Guard Range

Liquid Guard Cleaner & Primer and Liquid Guard Coating are step 1 and 2 of a two part antimicrobial coating application for use on all non-absorbent/ hard surfaces

(The term Liquid Guard Coating from here on refers to this the combined use of these two products).

Liquid Guard Textile is a one-part antimicrobial treatment for all textiles.

2. Application Questions - Liquid Guard Coating

Liquid Guard Coating is compatible for use on the following surfaces:-
• Glass
• Ceramics
• Nobel metals (aluminium, stainless steel, brass, gold)
• Plastics made from eg PMMA, ABS, ECTFE, HDPE, LDPE, PA,PC, PMP, PP,PS, PVC, SAN or SI
• Varnishes
• Printed cardboards and wrapping

Liquid Guard Coating CANNOT be used on the following types of surface: –
• Surfaces that come into contact with food
• Water sensitive surfaces, such as paper

Due to Liquid Guard Coating abrasion resistance, reapplication is only necessary every 12 months.

The application time will vary depending on the method of application and the area to be treated, however, after the Liquid Guard coating has been applied the surface will need to cure for 6hrs before it can be used

Once an area has been treated continue to clean routinely using a non-abrasive household surface cleaner with a pH of between 4-9.

Both parts of the Liquid Guard Coating can be applied manually by simple spray and wipe or wipe on applications, with these methods coverage is typically 1l per 100m2 .
Or both parts of the Liquid Guard Coating can also be applied using electrostatic/fogging/fine mist application techniques, coverage is approximately 1lper 200m2.

No, Liquid Guard’s Cleaner and Primer cleans and forms a polymer layer, that is activated by applying the ‘Liquid Guard Coating’ to form the bonded antimicrobial protective layer.

3. Liquid Guard Textile

Liquid Guard textile can be used on all textile products, including clothing, upholstered furniture, carpets, curtains, and seating.

No, it is not. To treat textiles and fabrics you will need to use Liquid Guard Textile.

If the textile is washed it should be re-applied after 12 washes or in the case of upholstery it should be re-applied every 12 months.

Liquid Guard Textile can be applied by using any fine mist spray application method, leave to air cure for 6 hours, when the textile will be ready for use.

4. Distribution Questions

Currently we supply the Liquid Guard Coating and Textile range in bulk 1l, 5l and 10l containers.
Liquid Guard Coating can be packed in 2-part sachet format or in a retail consumer pack.

Yes, is the short answer. However, the option to own label is subject volume, market sector and geographical territory, please call to discuss.

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