Resist Spray is a clear "A" rated liquid that when sprayed on wood
prevents the wood from catching fire. Flame Resist Spray is
non-allergenic, odorless, non-toxic, VOC free, non-carcinogenic, earth
friendly liquid coating.
Flame Resist Spray has had limited worldwide use for
over 20 years and has been tested by independent laboratories and major
universities for public use.
Flame Resist Spray is easy to use and environmentally safe for all members of the home or office.
The instructions are simple apply a mist and allow to dry.
It can be applied to any absorbent surface.
Using as directed Flame Resist Spray can be applied to any
wood including dimensional lumber pine, spruce, fir, hardwood, plywood,
all types of wood sheathing and composites.
Other acceptable uses would be for fabric, paper, theatrical sets, Christmas trees, holiday decorations, and straw.
Other areas of use are in attic insulation and roof framing and sheathing of residential homes or office buildings.
By treating materials with Flame Resist Spray, fires can self-extinguished before they cause damage.
Some of the attributes of Flame Resist Spray are as listed:
5. Contains no sulfates
6. Contains no asbestos or other related materials
Does not attract insects, rodents or other pests. It virtually deters their presence.
Must be applied to an absorbent surface,
previously stained, sealed or otherwise finished is not acceptable. A
simple test is to wet the area with a water saturated sponge, if the
surface absorbs the water, it Will accept Flame Resist.
Flame Resist is water soluble and should not be left exposed to the
elements for extended periods of time, if left unprotected it will
slowly erode away depending on amount of rainfall, humidity etc. Testing
here in Central Florida shows that average lifespan, unprotected is
14-18 months then reapplying is necessary. Latex base sealers extend the
life considerably and are accepted in most areas. Check with your local
fire officials and building department for their requirements.
Spread Rate: 250-300 sq ft per Gallon, will vary depending on absorbency of material applied to