Advanced Micro Polymers Inc.

Natural Polymers to help preserve our environment

About Liquid Spray Mask

Liquid Spray Mask is the latest product introduced by Advanced Micro Polymers Inc. It is a temporary protective coating specifically designed to protect against paint overspray. Very little of the mask is required to protect the surface. This makes the product a very cost effective solution.

It is a highly effective and economical aqueous dispersion of polysaccharides derived entirely from natural sources such as wheat, potatoe, corn and soy. It does not contain any petroleum based polymers and it does not contain any solvents. Therefore there are no volatile organic compounds.
Traditionally, windshieds, mouldings, tires and other parts of the vehicle are masked using tape and paper or with tape and plastic. Masking with paper and/or plastic can take a fair amount of time and labour. Controlling dust is more difficult especially with plastic films and may affect the quality of the paint job. Additionally, the tape may leave adhesive residue which is difficult to remove. AMP's Liquid Spray Mask solves these probems. It is faster than using paper or plastic, locks down existing dust on the vehicle and does not leave any residue when it is washed off. The result is a clean finish.
AMP's Liquid Spray Mask is applied with any paint spray equipment using a primer gun or, it can be applied by using a brush or roller. While it is ready to use right from the container, it can also be diluted with water if a lower viscosity is desired. It can be applied over any surface. Simply spray on, let dry and when the paint job is finished, wash off with water. It's that simple! It is easy to use and very versatile. It can be baked and does not stain the vehicle's paint or plastic materials even if it is left in the sunlight.
AMP's Liquid Spray Mask contains zero VOC, is non toxic and non hazardous. It will help make your painting operation more green. Plus it will save you time and money.
Contact us for a free demonstration or for more information. You may also visit the AMP66 page.