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What To Do If Your Acrylic Sealer Bubbles

Acrylic sealers develop bubbles when they are applied in direct sunlight, or in the morning when air and surface temperatures are increasing.

To remove bubbles from a solvent based acrylic sealer, wait 48 hours for the acrylic sealer to fully cure and then use Xylene or the Armor Blush Repair in the late afternoon or early evening when the sun is no longer positioned over the sealer and air and surface temperatures are declining. Xylene and the Armor Blush Repair are designed to re-emulsify the acrylic sealer and allow it to properly re-cure. If bubbled developed on a water based acrylic sealer, the sealer will need to be removed, and properly re-applied.

To prevent bubbles from forming on an acrylic sealer, simply apply the acrylic sealer in the late afternoon or early evening when the sun is no longer positioned over the surface and air and surface temperatures are declining. Acrylic sealers should never be applied in direct sunlight, to a hot surface, or to a surface that will heat up during the curing process.

If you have any questions, or need additional help, please reach out to a Foundation Armor technician!

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