Sails with old or bad coating will take a long time to dry out.
Dirt bonds easily to sail cloth with bad or old coating.
Without extra coating, even a new sail is susceptible to mould and algae.
Mould develops between the layers of the laminate via the stitching holes.
A wet sail is heavier.
The solution Ultramar Sail & Spinnaker Coating makes sure that sail cloth and spinnaker cloth are highly water and dirt repellent. Often considerably better than the original sail cloth. The cloth stays dry much longer and is less susceptible to mould, and algae bond less easily to the fabric.
Easily applied with a paint roller or sprayer.
Used for many years for professional coating of sails and spinnakers.
Makes the fabric perfectly water and dirt repellent.
Additional protection for new sails.
The sail stays drier and lighter. Perfect for competitive sailors.
Less wear to stitching.
Sail cloth becomes less susceptible to mould and algae.
Developed by Ultramar, professional sail and tent cleaners.
For coating and protecting yacht sails of any type. From Dacron to laminate.
For coating and protecting all types of spinnakers and kites.
For coating and protecting all types of tarpaulin and sail cloth structures.
For coating and protecting all types of tents made of sail cloth and spinnaker cloth.
Comment Please note! Ultramar Sail & Spinnaker Coating is no nanocoating or regular impregnation product.
Safety CAUTION! Do not inhale the spray. Only use in well-ventilated locations. Protect your eyes, mouth and skin. Read the instructions on the packaging before use.
The cloth to be treated must be clean and dry.
Spray Ultramar Sail & Spinnaker Coating evenly on the cloth. From left to right and top to bottom. A thin layer will be sufficient. The product can also be applied using a paint roller.
Let the fabric dry before treating the reverse of the sail cloth.
Then let the cloth dry out.
Caution! Do not inhale the spray. Only use in well-ventilated locations. Protect your eyes, mouth and skin.
Read the instructions on the packaging before use.
Usage The required quantity depends on the cloth type: