Peel Coat Custom Color & Effects System FAQs

Peel Coat Custom Color & Effects System



  • 1.

    What surfaces are best for the Peel Coat Custom Color & Effects System?

    Peel Coat works on metal, plastic, glass & tight-grained wood for easy removal. It can be used on porous surfaces as long as removing the product is not the intent.
  • 2.

    How does Peel Coat Custom Color & Effects System affect my project’s original paint or surface?

    Rust-Oleum recommends applying Peel Coat to a small, inconspicuous area prior to applying on the entire project surface. Longer test phases are especially recommended for cars that have already been repainted. Peel Coat is not recommended on cars with damaged OEM finishes.
  • 3.

    What prep work goes into using the Peel Coat Custom Color & Effects System?

    Prior to painting, fully wash the surface with soap and water removing oils, grease, dirt and wax prior to application. Let dry before painting.
  • 4.

    What types of tools do I need to complete the job?

    Wagner Motocoat or HVLP spray gun with a 1.8mm-2.8 mm tip, multiple stir sticks, low-tack automotive masking tape, plastic or paper cups for pouring into gun, drop cloth to protect area around the car from overspray, solvent-resistant gloves, clean-up rags and mineral spirits.
  • 5.

    When I spray Peel Coat Custom Color & Effects System with my HVLP spray gun, which size nozzle should I use?

    We recommend a 1.8mm – 2.8 mm nozzle for best results.