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Directions for Use Oct

2014

Aviation Window Restoration System - Clearfix Aerospace

The Aviation Window Restoration System by Clearfix Aerospace is an easy-to-use, three step restoration process with an

optional UV filler designed for acrylic or polycarbonate windows. The Clearfix system removes light scratches, hazing and

other small imperfections.

Important Note: Do Not Use the Clearfix System on:

• Polycarbonate windows with a sandwich construction with heating element

• Glass windscreens

Important Note: Do Not Use the optional 3rd Step UV Filler on:

• Windows that come into contact with de-icing fluids De-icing fluid will remove the UV protection coating applied in the optional third step. For such windows, do not apply the optional UV protection filler.

• Transparencies that have pre-existing crazing. Crazing will be emphasized by the UV protection coating applied in the third step. For such transparencies, do not apply the optional UV protection filler.

• Where IPA will come into contact. IPA will remove the UV protection coating applied in the optional third step.

Products available in Aviation Window Restoration System by Clearfix Aerospace:

Description: Size: UPC Part No:

Polish 1 – Clarity Restoration 110ml 10893412002062 CF1 Polish 2 – Optics Restoration 75ml 10893412002055 CF2 UV Coating w/applicator 75ml 10893412002079 CUV Spray Cleaner 8oz 10893412002086 CCL Small Buffing Pad, Yellow 3” 3” 10893412002130 CY3 Small Polishing Pad, Gray 3” 3” 10893412002123 GC3 Large Buffing Pad, Yellow 6” 6” 10893412002116 CY6 Large Polishing Pad, Gray 6” 6” 10893412002109 CG6 Backing Plate 3” for Buffer - USA 3” 10893412002147 CBP3B Backing Plate 3” for Buffer 3” 108934120020xx CBP3BC Backing Plate 6” for Buffer - USA 6” 10893412002154 CBP6B Backing Plate 6” for Buffer 6” 108934120020xx CBP6BC Clearfix Kit with polishes

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Other Recommended Products:

• Infrared thermometer

• Electric Variable Speed Polisher or Air Polisher / Buffer

• Heat Gun/Blower Directions for Use - Aviation Window Restoration System by Clearfix Aerospace STEP 1: Aviation Window Restoration Clarity Restoration Polish Caution: Cleaning the windows with isopropyl alcohol during the buffing/polishing process will result in the removal of restorative coatings. Use Aviation Window Restoration Spray Cleaner for cleaning the substrate and removing compound during the buffing process.

Caution: Select and use gloves and/or protective clothing to prevent skin contact based on the results of an exposure assessment. Consult with your glove and/or protective clothing manufacturer for selection of appropriate compatible materials.

Gloves made from the following material(s) are recommended: Nitrile Rubber.

Caution: Do not continue buffing when the substrate starts becoming dry.

Note: Massage packaging before opening

Mask around surface to be restored using masking or vinyl tape and cover the surrounding area with protective plastic.

• Overlap the tape onto the window by 1/8th inch to clean-up easier.

Clean surface to be refinished thoroughly. Spray the surface to be cleaned liberally with Aviation Window Restoration Spray • Cleaner and wipe the window with a microfiber cloth to clean and remove all contaminants. Use a dry microfiber cloth after the initial cleaning step to ensure the window is completely dry.

Use an electric buffer or air tool for best results. Prepare the buffer by installing the buffing pad backing plate. This backing • plate has hooks on it to receive and attach the foam pads for buffing. Attach the yellow 3" (part #CY3) or 6" (part #CY6) yellow foam buffing pad. Use the size that allows you to buff all areas being restored. The 6" yellow pad has a dark circle on the back of the pad that indicates the attachment location for the 3” backing plate driver.

The chemical in the package is activated by oxygen; do not tear open and remove the entire top of the foil pack.** • Tear open Aviation Window Restoration Clarity Restoration Polish package at the corner where indicated to form a pouring spout. Apply the product in quarter sized amounts and buff in a North/South, East/West pattern at 1000 - 1500 RPM while applying approximately 2-3 pounds of downward force with a rotary buffer. The appearance created during this process is one of equally spaced tree rings of buffing material being formed as you buff across the substrate.

** If done incorrectly and the chemical is overexposed, oxygen may activate the chemical and a new foil pack may be needed before the product is consumed in the buffing process.

Do not continue buffing when the substrate starts becoming dry. Reapply clarity restoration polish and buff to ensure entire • surface is covered twice.

Clean the surface thoroughly with Aviation Window Restoration Spray Cleaner and a microfiber cloth to ensure all buffing • material has been removed. Use a dry microfiber cloth after the initial cleaning step to ensure the window is completely dry and no residue remains.

STEP 2: Aviation Window Restoration Optics Restoration Polish Caution: Cleaning the windows with isopropyl alcohol during the buffing process will result in the removal of restorative coatings. Use Aviation Window Restoration Spray Cleaner for cleaning the substrate and removing compound between steps.





Caution: Select and use gloves and/or protective clothing to prevent skin contact based on the results of an exposure assessment. Consult with your glove and/or protective clothing manufacturer for selection of appropriate compatible materials.

Gloves made from the following material(s) are recommended: Nitrile Rubber.

Caution: Do not continue buffing when the substrate starts becoming dry.

Note: Massage packaging before opening

Check the tape from step one, if it has been removed, mask around surface to be restored using plastic masking film and • masking tape.

Clean surface to be refinished thoroughly. Spray the surface to be cleaned liberally with Aviation Window Restoration Spray • Cleaner and wipe the window with a microfiber cloth to clean and remove all contaminants. Use a dry microfiber cloth after the initial cleaning step to ensure the window is completely dried.

Use an electric buffer or air tool for best results. Prepare the buffer by installing the buffing pad backing plate. This backing • plate has hooks on it to receive and attach the foam pads for buffing. Attach the grey 3" (part# CG3) or 6" (part# CG6) grey 2 Directions for Use - Aviation Window Restoration System by Clearfix Aerospace foam buffing pad. Use the size that allows you to buff all areas being restored. The 6" grey pad has a dark circle on the back of the pad that indicates the attachment location for the backing plate driver.

The chemical in the package is activated by oxygen; do not tear open and remove the entire top of the foil pack.** • Tear open the Aviation Window Restoration Optics Restoration Polish package at the corner where indicated on the package to form a pouring spout. Apply the product in quarter sized amounts and buff in a North/South, East/West pattern at 1000 - 1500 RPM while applying approximately 2-3 pounds of downward force with a rotary buffer. The appearance created during this process is one of equally spaced tree rings of buffing material being formed as you buff across the substrate.

** If done incorrectly, the chemical may be overexposed, oxygen may activate the chemical and a new foil pack may be needed before the product is consumed in the buffing process.

Do not continue buffing when the substrate starts becoming dry. Reapply optics restoration polish, buff to ensure entire surface • is covered twice.

Clean the surface thoroughly with Aviation Window Restoration Spray Cleaner and a microfiber cloth to ensure all buffing • material has been removed. Use a dry microfiber cloth after the initial cleaning step to ensure the window is completely dry and no residue remains.

STEP 3: Aviation Window Restoration UV Coating (Optional) Caution: Do not overheat the substrate beyond the manufacturer’s specification Caution: Cleaning the windows with isopropyl alcohol during buffing or after the application of Aviation Window Restoration UV Coating will result in the removal of restorative coatings.

Caution: Select and use gloves and/or protective clothing to prevent skin contact based on the results of an exposure assessment. Consult with your glove and/or protective clothing manufacturer for selection of appropriate compatible materials.

Gloves made from the following material(s) are recommended: Nitrile Rubber Note: Have all materials ready and move expeditiously as you complete this step. Keep the UV coating applicator saturated so you leave a layer of coating on the substrate without applying pressure.

Ensure the substrate has been thoroughly cleaned with Aircraft Window Restoration Spray Cleaner and a microfiber cloth. Use • a dry microfiber cloth after the initial cleaning step to ensure the window is completely dry and no residue remains.

Heat window using low setting on the heat gun to approximately 130°F (54°C). Keep heat gun approximately 6" from surface • and moving from side to side to evenly warm the substrate. Clearfix recommends that an infrared thermometer be used during this process to monitor the temperature of the substrate.

Tear open the package of Aviation Window Restoration UV Coating package at the corner where indicated on the package • to form a pouring spout.** ** If done incorrectly and the chemical is overexposed, oxygen may activate the chemical and a new foil pack may be needed before the product is consumed in the buffing process.

Pour one half of the material slowly along the lower rounded edge surface of the UV coating applicator (included in package • with UV coating), parallel to the length of the applicator.

When the surface to be restored reaches approximately 130°F (54°C) apply the UV coating liberally in the direction of flight • and to the entire surface. You will see lines on top of the substrate created by applying the UV coating. Watch closely. When the lines disappear, apply a second coat of the UV coating to the substrate. When the lines disappear after the second application of the UV coating, gently dry the surface with the heat gun on low for 10-15 seconds to cover approximately a 1-2 square foot of area.

Let the substrate dry and do not touch the surface with anything for at least one half hour after completing the UV • coating application process.

Aviation Window Restoration Spray Cleaner Caution: Cleaning the windows with isopropyl alcohol during the buffing process will result in the removal of restorative material. Use Aviation Window Restoration Spray Cleaner for cleaning the substrate and removing compound between steps.

The product is also recommended for cleaning on a regularly established interval.

Caution: Select and use gloves and/or protective clothing to prevent skin contact based on the results of an exposure assessment. Consult with your glove and/or protective clothing manufacturer for selection of appropriate compatible materials.

Gloves made from the following material(s) are recommended: Nitrile Rubber 3 Directions for Use - Aviation Window Restoration System by Clearfix Aerospace Clean the surface to be refinished thoroughly. Spray the surface to be cleaned liberally with Aviation Window Restoration Spray Cleaner and wipe the window with a microfiber cloth to clean and remove all contaminants. Use a dry microfiber cloth after the initial cleaning step to ensure the window is completely dry and any streaks are removed.

Precautionary Information Refer to Product Label and Material Safety Data Sheet for health and safety information before using this product. For additional health and safety information, please visit www.clearfixaerospace.com or call 1-619-297-3678.

For Additional Information Call 1-619-297-3678, or e-mail info@clearfixaerospace.com Technical Information The technical information, recommendations and other statements contained in this document are based upon tests or experience that Clearfix Aerospace believes are reliable, but the accuracy or completeness of such information is not guaranteed.

Product Use Many factors beyond Clearfix Aerospace’s control and uniquely within user’s knowledge and control can affect the use and performance of a Clearfix product in a particular application. Given the variety of factors that can affect the use and performance of a Clearfix product, user is solely responsible for evaluating the Clearfix product and determining whether it is fit for a particular purpose and suitable for user’s method of application.

Warranty, Limited Remedy, and Disclaimer Unless an additional warranty is specifically stated on the applicable Clearfix Aerospace product packaging or product literature, Clearfix Aerospace warrants that each Clearfix Aerospace product meets the applicable Clearfix Aerospace product specification at the time Clearfix Aerospace ships the product. Clearfix Aerospace MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR

CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR

CONDITION OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY IMPLIED

WARRANTY OR CONDITION ARISING OUT OF A COURSE OF DEALING, CUSTOM OR USAGE OF TRADE. If the

Clearfix Aerospace product does not conform to this warranty, then the sole and exclusive remedy is, at Clearfix Aerospace’s option, replacement of the Clearfix Aerospace product or refund of the purchase price.

Limitation of Liability Except where prohibited by law, Clearfix Aerospace will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from the Clearfix Aerospace product, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential, regardless of the legal theory asserted, including warranty, contract, negligence or strict liability.

Clearfix Aerospace, Inc. San Diego, CA 92110 www.clearfixaerospace.com Clearfix is a trademark of Clearfix Aerospace, Inc.

Please recycle. Printed in U.S.A.

© Clearfix Aeropsace (7/14) All rights reserved.

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