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Flitz Sealant Spray Bottle 1.7 oz. (50mL) - CS 02902


Part #: FZCS02902 | Flitz
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FZCS02902: Flitz Sealant
A unique product to Flitz! This is a hydrophobic spray (meaning; immediate repelling of water) that is safe on All Metals, Fiberglass, Clear Coats, All Paints, Plastics, Granite, Glass, And All Man-Made Hard Surfaces. Helps protect against Salt, UV Rays, Water Stains, Bugs, Bird Droppings, and Yellowed Headlights. A completely water-based formula producing NO SWIRLS.

Creates a ceramic shell type coating preventing from any harmful/damaging absorption to occur to your surface.

Protects for up to 8 months to a year and covers 1,100 sq. ft.! Body Shop Safe, and most importantly...THIS IS NOT A WAX!

UPC Code: 065925029024

Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Flitz Sealant Spray Bottle 1.7 oz. (50mL) 5.000 (1 review)
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Flitz Sealant Spray Bottle 1.7 oz. (50mL)
5 out of 5
Glens Falls, Ny
Pros: Effectiveness
Cons: None
Great for knife blades
Up to five years ago I used oil on my blades. Then I started to use flitz knife wax Because oil was messy and sometimes stained my clothes. I like the wax, it gives me all the protection I got from the oil “coat” without the mess and, of course, looks much better. I caught an ad from Knife Center promoting Flitz Sealant. I asked myself if this was for knife blades, and decided to try it. This stuff is great. It takes seconds to apply and makesthe blade slippery and shinny. It looks like clear water but leaves some kind of invisible “shell” on the blade. It sure cuts the drag on my blade, when cutting cardboard. I’ve taken two buck 110s .. one coated with wax and the other with the sealant. I want to see which one lets the brass tarnish first. It’s been a couple of months and they bothlook like I just polished them. It only takes a drop. I rub it on with my finger and wipe it off with a cloth.
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