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Pettit EZ Fabricoat Vinyl Refinishing Spray

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Pettit EZ Fabricoat vinyl reconditioning refinishing spray

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Product Details

Give your boat's vinyl seats an update with Pettit EZ Fabricoat Vinyl Refinishing Spray. EZ Fabricoat is a flexible coating ideal for revitalizing vinyl seats, panels, wrapped dashboards, carpets, PVC and Hypalon tubes, simulated leather, and other marine fabrics. The specially formulated spray hides stains, fading, and UV damage. Excellent UV protection ensures this flexible coating will not rub off, crack, or peel.

Choose from 6 popular colors and finishes: Gloss Black, Flat Black, Gloss White, Satin Dark Khaki, Satin Gray, and Satin Dark Gray.

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Info & Guides
Application Tips: Shake the can of paint for one to two minutes after the mixing ball begins to rattle. Hold can 10-12 inches from surface. Depress nozzle and spray with smooth, even strokes. Shake often during use.

When done spraying, clean valve by spraying upside down for 2-3 seconds until no more paint comes out. Wipe off tip with 120 Brushing Thinner. If valve clogs, carefully remove spray tip and soak in thinner. Do not stick pins or sharp objects into can or valve.

Adhere to all application instructions, precautions, conditions and limitations to obtain optimum performance. Refer to individual labels and tech sheets for detailed instructions when using associated products, etc.

Technical Information


  • FORMULA TYPE: Acrylic Modified Vinyl Resin Solution
  • FINISH: Gloss or Satin (depending on color)
  • CURING MECHANISM: Solvent Release
  • FILL WEIGHT: 11 ounces
  • COVERAGE: 11 ft2 /spray can for 1 coat
  • MIR: 1.45 grams/liter
  • FLASH POINT: -150°F
  • APPLICATION METHOD: Aerosol Spray Can
  • NUMBER OF COATS: 2 - 3
  • APPLICATION TEMP: 50°F Min / 90°F Max
  • THINNER/CLEANER: 120 Brushing Thinner

WARNING: This product contains chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. For more information, go to