ecocoat Shield

(2 customer reviews)


Paintwork Safe:
PPF & Vinyl Safe:
Polyurethane Safe:
Self Healing Paint Protection Films:
Flexible Thermoplastics:
Surface: polyurethane, vinyl, wraps, self healing paint protection films, and other flexible thermoplastics
****In stock Shield is Version 1.  Version 2 released at SEMA 2023 is not in stock in the USA yet****
ecocoat shield is a REACH compliant low VOC, non etching silica coating. It is a nanotechnology based coating designed to crosslink, impregnate and form a protective breathable barrier on the surface of polyurethane, vinyl, wraps, self healing paint protection films, and other flexible thermoplastics. It helps protects the film against yellowing, fading, etching and staining without affecting the self healing properties. The surface has improved hydrophobics and makes it much easier to maintain the film, especially matte surface.
Kit Consists of:

50ml Ecocoat Shield, 100ml Precoat, 4 applicator clothes, 1 application block

Sheild  MSDS| TDS



90% active material content


Coated surface is 100% breathable


Water contact angle that surpasses 120° and retaining close to this angle for a long period


Does not affect self-healing properties


Enhances gloss on gloss finish but darken color on matte finish


Product Data

Consumption: 1ml/m2

Active Material %: 90%

Contact Angle: 120°pH

Tolerance: 1-14pH

Thickness: 0.1 um

Durability: 24 mths

Temperature Resistance: <100°C

VOC: 5g/l


Dipropylene glycol dimethyl ether: Diluent

Alkoxysilane: Adhesion promoter

Fluorine compound: Hydrophobing agent

Titanium dioxid: Catalyst

Graphene:  Protectant

2 reviews for ecocoat Shield

  1. Jason Mahoney (verified owner)

    So I love Shield its a true graphene coating and does its thing very well. Graphene coatings seam to bond to just about anything and it does it well. I’ve used Shield on everything and really makes things rich hydrated and silky smooth. Very velvety almost. This works on paint and u should see what it does to a freshly polished solid black. Try it seriously I need to find out if f4 renew can be used as a primer before shield since they are both graphene infused. Cheers

  2. Jason Mahoney (verified owner)

    I have a correction it’s not a true graphene coating but has graphene in it as an additive. Sorry about that a little to excited I guess. Cheers two thumbs up

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