This application guide is a step by step tutorial for how Raze can be applied for the most even and thorough coating, protecting your surfaces and items.
Brush off any dusts or particles and make sure surface is dry before spraying. A wet or dirty surface will affect the bonding of nanoparticles to the surface.
Spray once or twice evenly around 35cm away as indicated by the demo.
Avoid over-spraying, if the coating is too thick, droplet marks might occur and duration for drying will be affected.
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Allow 3 hours for the surface to dry and coating to form. Leave the light on or let the sun in. When Raze is triggered by light, electrons are released that form Hydroxyl radicals (OH-). Hydroxyl radicals then bind to dirty pathogens, converting them into carbon dioxide and water.
Raze will continue to decompose up to 99.99% of germs and work without light for up to 8 hours.