Applications: Use to treat absorbent materials and surfaces such as drapes, curtains, decorations, uniforms, clothing, wood, pre-construction materials, furnishings, carpeting, packing materials, motor home interiors, holiday decorations, storage boxes, and other materials for added safety against fire. Basically, if it can soak into the object, it will help inhibit flames. Organic materials are best. Plastics, Styrofoam, polystyrenes and similar materials are not well protected with Master Flame. It can also be mixed 50/50 with latex paint to inhibit flames on interior walls from spreading.
Directions: Master Flame is easy to use. Just spray Master Flame on the item or surface being treated. In bulk applications, you may also dip the items and allow to drip dry. In all applications, allow Master Flame to completely penetrate the item or surface. Allow material to dry completely. If you are using Master Flame to fire retard clothing and other fabrics, and plan to wash these items in the future, it is recommended that Master Flame be reapplied after the third washing, as some of the product's effectiveness will be diminished due to washing. When mixing Master Flame with latex paint, mix equal parts of Master Flame and paint.
When spraying on our fire retardant it will dry clear. If over applied it will show a see through white film. To prevent the film, only use what is necessary. All you need is 3-4 sprays per square foot.
If the applied surface doesn’t interact with moisture or is painted over in the future, the application is rated for 5 years. Testing should be done each season to ensure that the application is still sufficient.