Each Combo Kit includes: One 19"X 38" Sheet of Film One 6oz. Can of Hydrovator Activator Aerosol Spray
Film will come as Follows: 1 Meter = 19” X 38” 50 CM Wide Roll Will be rolled without any tube/pvc and placed in a poly sleeve for packaging.
***PLEASE NOTE*** You are purchasing with at least the basic knowledge of the Hydrographic Film process. We are not responsible for any errors of the dipping process of the film due to the lack of experience.
HydroVator Activator is the most used and talked about activator on the market today
This is absolutely the BEST Activator on the market. You will get good even spray that covers perfectly and never clogs, every single time. If you are a seasoned dipper, you already know the importance of a good activator. If you’re new to hydrographics, you will quickly learn that Film Activator is a key difference from good dip's and bad This Activator will insure a successful dip.
Ideal for most films on the market. Formulated perfectly to provide a vibrant image and liquifies in just one pass.
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CAN SHIP IN U.S. LOWER 48 ONLY.
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Disclaimer: When making this purchase, you agree that you have the basic knowledge an understanding of the Hydrographic printing process. We are not liable for any damages or harm you may do to any items. Please visit our FAQ below for safety and guidance. If your questions are not answered below, please ask by contacting us thru the messaging system where you purchased your film e.g. Ebay, Amazon or our website. You may also visit us at www.hydrographicfilmsupplies.com FAQ: 1:What can be dipped? A: Basically any item that you can get the base coat paint to adhere to and any item can be submerged in water for 30-60 seconds. 2: What is Hydrographics? A: Hydrographic printing is the process that takes pre-designed images and applies them to almost any 3-dimensional item. 3: What do I need for the Hydrographic process? A: At its most basic you will need a container large enough for the item to be dipped, water, prep materials for substrate being processed, Base coat paint, Activator, a way to rinse the part after dipping, and clear coat to apply after. 4: What paint should I use for base coat, is it needed? A: Yes you must apply a fresh base coat to any item to be dipped “the exception to this is ABS plastic”. Without the fresh base coat your print will not adhere to the part. We recommend using high quality automotive paints. 5: Can I use spray cans from Walmart or Home Depot? A: NO! The spray cans you get from Walmart and Home Depot will not give you consistent results. These paints do not work well with the process as the paint dries too hard and it does not allow the pattern to adhere to the base. 6: Can you recommend any base coat brands? A: Yes, I always suggest finding your paint locally from a reputable automotive supplier. I use NASON, PPG, And Sherwin Williams. If you are wanting to buy online, I suggest using Low Country Hydro Paint. They designed and make a paint for the hydrographic process. It's sold in aerosols and HVLP applications. 7: What activator do I use? A: I suggest 1 activator only it’s the only activator I sell and use in my shop, I have been dipping for over 8 years. Its called Hydro-Vator by Express Chem. It can be found online by searching “Hydro Vator Activator” It's sold in cans or aerosols. You can use this with any film on the market with practice. You just need to learn to read films to decide if they need more or less activator. 8: What side of the film goes on the water? A: When unrolling the film it can get confusing as to what side of the film goes on the water. Myself after 8 years have to check from time to time. The best method that I have found is by wetting your thumb and pointy finger, pinch the corner of the film. As your release your pinch the side that sticks to your finger is the side that goes to the water. 9: Why do I have pin holes after I rinse the par? A:You’re not enough activator or the activator is unevenly sprayed. 10: Why after I rinsed the item did it rinse off and smear? A:You’re using too much activator. 11: I’m getting large air bubbles that pop and leaves a void. Why? A: You're trapping air try again with more of an angle. 12: The film distorts as I spray activator, why? A: Either you’re spraying too much or you need to close your dams to not allow it to stretch as far. 13: How durable is the finish? A: Its only as durable as the materials you use when doing the process. I always tell my customers it’s as durable if not more durable than any car that’s on the road today. 14: What temperature does the water need to be? A: It’s been the industry's standards for years to have your water at 90 degrees for the process. Many have started using colder water in the range of 60-75 degrees and have had success, they are saying that the heavy ink films stay brighter. 15: How much film should I use for “Blank”? A: Without seeing your item I can’t give you an answer. I suggest looking at the item and leaving enough film on the sides to take in account for all the stretch the film has to do to get to all places on the part being dipped. 16: Where can I get help or more information about the hydrographic process? A: You're always welcome to ask any question. If you’re looking for official training there are several companies who offer this. Besides official training you can look for instructional videos online and many forums are created for this process. 17: I don’t have spray equipment or large area to do this, can I still do the process? A: If you’re just wanting to do some small parts for yourself absolutely. Activator, Base coat paint, and Clear coat as explained above can be bought in aerosols cans. Find a watertight container large enough to dip the items you’re wanting to process and have fun. 18: I’ve never done the process will it be hard to learn? A: It can be challenging to learn with all the different variables taking place. If you follow the suggestions in this FAQ it should help with your learning curve. I always suggest to new customers/dippers to take the time to do some research, practice on some throw away items like speed shapes or light switch covers. Learn how to read the film as you spray activator to know when it’s ready to be dipped.