MonoKote is a Patented, Flexible High-Gloss Polyester Film that is Inexpensive,|
Easy, Clean, and When Compared to "old fashioned" Coverings, Quick To Use.
For great covering ideas and to insure a professional finish, order
the MonoKote Covering Instructional DVD, TOPZ0105.
Super Strong with a Tensile Strength of 25,000 psi (pounds/sq in)
Lightweight at Only 0.2 oz/sq ft
Dry Adhesive Activates When Heat is Applied
Shrinks to a Drum-Tight Finish As It Cools
Fuelproof and Waterproof
Stronger and Lighter Than Traditional Silk and Dope Coverings
May be Cleaned with Glass Cleaner, "409" or MonoKote Cleaner/Polish
One (6' x 26") Roll of Flat Cream Covering w/Instruction Sheet
Sealing Iron (TOPR2100), Heat Gun (TOPR2000), Iron Sock (TOPR2175)
Paints, Trim Sheets, EconoKote and Different Lots of MonoKote May
Vary Slightly In Color Between Production Runs of These Products.
If Using Three or More Rolls of the Same Color, it is Suggested to
Use a 25' Roll To Ensure the Same Dye Lot for the Entire
Model Being Covered.
LustreKote Primer Must Be Used With LustreKote Paint to Bring Out Its
MonoKote Trim Sheet (Gloss): NONE
MonoKote (Gloss): TOPQ0212
MonoKote is a High Temperature Covering, NOT For Use Directly On Foam
EconoKote IS For Use Directly On Foam, Use the Following:
EconoKote Covering: TOPQ2601 TOPQ2612
(EconoKote may be used on top of, but not under MonoKote.)
**Temperature Ranges: Flat MonoKote Uses a Higher Temperature to Apply.
Attaching to Wood: 240 - 275°F (activating the glue)
Partial Shrinkage: 230 - 270°F
Maximum Shrinkage: 270 - 350°F
TECH NOTE: The characteristics of the flat MonoKote differ slightly from
standared MonoKote covering:
Flat MonoKote requires higher temperatures to apply than standard
MonoKote because of the flat finish. In addition to the higher temp
settings, this covering may require the iron to be in contact with
the covering and wood slightly longer than the standard finish.
If this covering is applied too loosely, it may be difficult to get
a tight shrink with this product. Also, when applied loosely, it
could become impossible to remove any wrinkles that may appear.
updated 4/30/03 ldt