FAQ

WindowGoop

WindowGoop will expand and contract when wet which gives a crackly effect (similar to crows feet). This crows feet look doesn’t affect the integrity of the WindowGoop film.

WindowGoop will turn an almost white color when saturated by rain as it`s composition changes to suit climatic conditions.

Unlike other coatings of its kind, WindowGoop does not thin out when wet. Other coatings are highly affected and their solids may wash away and make them difficult to remove. WindowGoop solids will not change and the WindowGoop film will remain easy to remove.

WindowGoop is waterbased, environmentally friendly and contains additives utilised within the foods industry.

WindowGoop has been tested to 12 months external exposure at 100um thickness, however WindowGoop will last longer if applied thicker than 100um.

WindowGoop is commonly used on aluminium joinery. WindowGoop has protected thousands of metres of aluminium joinery and is considered to be the leading frame protection within the Building Industry.

FloorGoop

FloorGoop may be applied to most non-porous substrates – it is always best to test in an inconspicuous area first.

Yes – provided that the grout has been allowed to cure for 24hours prior to application of FloorGoop. FloorGoop should be applied to `fill` the grout join so that when it cures the film is thick & tough for easy removal.

Yes – provided that the FloorGoop has cured properly

FloorGoop has been tested for resistance to acids & solvents, as to date FloorGoop when fully cured is resistant to most solvents included GP thinners & brake fluid. Test first

FloorGoop may be applied over `sealed` timber flooring – not raw timber. Always allow a few days for the solvents to evaporate out of the timber sealer prior to application of FloorGoop

FloorGoop has been formulated for use specifically on flooring surfaces

Provided the FloorGoop is protected by a roofing structure . If FloorGoop is saturated by rain there is a possibility it will `float` from the substrate rendering it ineffective

The only reason that FloorGoop won`t release from the grout joins is if the FloorGoop has been applied too thinly or the grout wasn`t allowed to cure for 24hours prior to application of FloorGoop

Simply peel the FloorGoop off the skirting boards

FloorGoop applied in an internal situation may be left on for a period of up to 6 months provided it is applied at the correct thickness.

BenchGoop

BenchGoop dries to a translucent coating which vacuums to the substrate it is protecting.

BenchGoop releases very well from Granite, Ceasarstone, Marble, Corotone, Laminates and numerous other types of benchtops. In fact most non-porous surfaces

BenchGoop is formulated to be environmentally friendly and low VOC (volatile organic compounds).

BenchGoop is very easy to remove when it is no longer required. The Builders Cleaner simply picks the BenchGoop on a corner and simply peels it off in one complete sheet.

As with all Goop coatings, BenchGoop contains cleaning products which ensure that the underlying substrates are kept sparkling clean during construction.

BathGoop

As with all Goop products, BathGoop is environmentally friendly, is low VOC (volatile organic compounds) and is safe for use in confined areas.

Due to the high thickness of applied BathGoop , it may take up to 4 hours to cure depending on the climatic conditions. To make BathGoop cure quicker involves the utilisation of heater fans.

All Goop products are formulated without solvent incorporation, hence why Goop products may be slightly slower to cure than competitor products, however Goop products are much more `user and substrate friendly`.

BathGoop should be applied as soon as the bathtub has been installed or just prior to installation. Usually the bathtub is on site when the windows are being Gooped, so GoopGuys normally coat the bathtub then.

BoothGoop

BoothGoop is a waterbased, non-hazardous, environmentally friendly product and may be disposed of in landfill when in a dried film

A 20kg pail of BoothGoop will cover approx. 80m2 of wall area.

BoothGoop should be removed and reapplied every 3-6 months as the coating will get quite dirty & is likely to not attract airborne contaminants.

BoothGoop contains an element of flame retardency , BoothGoop also contains a `pollution fighting additive`

Yes – BoothGoop is resistant to thinners & other chemicals that are usually used in the automotive refinishing area

A general rule of thumb is that BoothGoop should be applied at credit card thickness when wet

BoothGoop should be removed when the spraybooth is cool, do not try to remove the BoothGoop when the booth is hot.

If the BoothGoop rips into little pieces it means that you have applied the coating way too thin and another needs to be applied to give the coating strength . Reapply the BoothGoop , leave for 24hours then remove

BoothGoop should be applied over clean walls to ensure easy removal.

BoothGoop is applied with a 10mm polyester roller nap.

No, BoothGoop cannot be applied with a spray gun.

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