In their application video it states it will "fail if treated with detergents, solvents, soap or high pressure water. Also excessive handling especially with bare hands can cause a reduction in performance".
I'm a dealer for this product. It is not rated for household use, only industrial. Not that it will stop people. A respirator should be worn and your psi on you gun should be set low as to not waste product. Also, part A turns the color or whatever it touches grayer/whiter. Therefore, you definitely don't want to put it on your car. Part B has to be reapplied from time to time as well depending on abrasion. About $400 for part A and B and you get a gallon of each.
You may soon see a part A that does not change colors of what it is applied to though.
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