Road Warrior Plus is the industry leading ROLL ON paint protection solution, offering the best paint protection of your show car, track day, HPDE event, race car, motorcycle, RV, Boat, Trailer, and more. It will protect all clear coated automotive painted finishes. We are revolutionizing the paint protection industry, making it easier than ever for customers to protect their ride. It has been used by many OEM manufactures for new vehicle paint protection for over a decade.
Road Warrior Plus is a water based solution that rolls on white and turns clear when dry, forming a tough flexible film. It can be left on or used temporarily. The proprietary formula is environmentally safe, can be used on freshly cured painted surfaces, and upon removal leaves no adhesive residue behind.
Application and removal are simple
1-Wash and dry surface to be protected with soap and water (a coat of wax is also preferred, but is not necessary) Cleaning ensures that residue and debris are removed to maximize contact of Road Warrior Plus to the painted surface.
2- Prior to use, gently agitate Road Warrior Plus by slowly inverting the bottle and righting it several times. Do not aggressively shake. Applications should be done in ambient temperatures of 65˚F (19˚C) or above.
3-Pour Road Warrior Plus into roller pan. Thoroughly cover roller with the liquid. Roll the first application of Road Warrior Plus onto the desired area, using even strokes. A complete, thick coat is needed (avoid making thin spots) for optimal end result. It will have a “milky” white appearance when wet.
4-Allow the coating to dry (could take 30 minutes to an hour to air dry)* Coating will turn clear once dried/cured.
5-Once dried/cured, apply second coat to area covered in Step 3, following the same procedure for application and drying. Before direct exposure to the environment, it is important that coating is allowed to fully cure.
Commercial Use Note: IR medium wave length oven technology can be used and is recommended. Please feel free to contact us for more information.
1-Coating removes easily between temperatures of 60-90˚F (16-32˚C). Do not remove when coating is HOT or in direct sunlight- it is easiest to remove when cool and wet.
2-Spray coated surface with a spray bottle or hose, using cold or warm water, never HOT. Allow water to sit for 2 minutes before peeling by hand. Pressure water from a garden hose or a standard manual car wash system can also be used to remove coating. No adhesive residue will be left behind.
Mark,I use the product to protect the lower part of the rear quarter panels on my drag car. Otherwise, the rubber that accumulates from doing burnouts can be a real bear to clean off. I simply roll on three coats of your product and, when it gets an accumulation of rubber over a few weeks of racing, I peel it off (rubber and all) and re-apply for the next race! The stuff works great and is virtually invisible. You might consider a marketing campaign aimed at bracket racers as this is a great product when used as I use it and I am not aware of any similar products.
Hi Mark! Maybe you remember me contacting you and purchasing Road Warrior Plus for the Corvette that was going to be raced at Silver State Open Road Race in Nevada? I just wanted to send you back my thoughts on your product and to let you know how well it worked for the Corvette!The car was waxed and washed of course before application and then applied and allowed to cure in the sun the day before the race. Ran the race and the bugs weren't terribly awful but only tested the Road Warrior plus on the very front and around the sides of the new ZR1. The rest of the hood etc was not protected by your product. As a result it took a little bit of effort and more to remove the bugs a little more than a week after the race on the rest of the car but just a little bit of water on a cool car and Road Warrior Plus easily took off all of the bugs and no residue was left behind. Our test proves to us how much easier and better the car is protected with your product than without it. From now on we will apply it before every race and even on the trailer to keep off the bugs and dirt that accumulates on a long and sometimes very dirty drive. We gave out a bunch of your cards and told everyone and showed as many people as we could talk to about your product, so hopefully you will be receiving calls from our contacts. We will of course be purchasing more Road Warrior Plus for our future use too! Thanks for all your answers and polite replies to all my questions in the past. I hope to hear back from you again soon!
Mark, I had about ten people look at the car scratch their heads and then ask me what was on it. It was on for eleven days and to the car wash about five times. The best testimonial I can give you was when we washed the car Saturday after the race I asked my wife what she thought and she said "I love it." I used the pressure spray and it cleaned all the product off. I just let it spray for a second and get a bubble somewhere and then just took it all off. After we were finished and dried the car, it looked brand new again. The product was on a yellow ZR1 and our tech speed visited often was 168 MPH in the race. We averaged a little ovre 130 MPH. The only noticable places with the product was where I had touched it up after taking it to the car wash. I just pulled some loose and basically ran the roller back over the top of it. That made it more noticable where the bubble had been and where I had just covered it up. I could have almost as easily removed the RWP from that section and recoated it but didn't want to take the time for two coats. I bought six quarts and one would have been more than enough as I have quite a lot left in the quart bottle after coating the car twice, recoating some edges after car washes and spilling because I filled the roller container too full. I would expect that you should have some inquiries after the race. I will be closed road racing in a week and open road racing in August in Nebraska where there will be billions of bugs so it will really get a work out then.
I recently bought a bottle of the Road Warrior Plus from Madshadow and just used it for two weekends in a row of HPDE. I want to say that I am very happy with the product. I applied two coats to the front end, headlights, half doors, and half the hood. Did it at night in the garage (78 degF humid) and cured it with a 1800 watt hair dryer. It looks and smells like Elmers glue going on, and dries nearly clear with a firm rubber like feel and orange peel texture when dried. Easy and quick to apply, but takes a little time to cure if doing it with a hair dryer (I'd say about 7-8 minutes of blow drying for one coat over half the hood). I did it last thursday, then did two track days Sat and Sunday. Drove thru about 5 min of rain coming home. Then the car sat that way all week, then I did another track day yesterday, and hosed off the product last night. I hosed the car down, then just used the hose gun stream to blast off the coating, which came off in large sheets. You can peel it off by hand just as easy like the video. The paint underneath is clean and smooth, with no residue left behind. You will probably want to rewash/rewax sections you coated, but does not look necessary. I did use blue painters tape on the very front nose/vertical sections of the bumper just in case extra protection was needed for a large high speed impacts, but I think a 3rd coat of Road Warrior would serve the same purpose. BTW, the Road Warrior can be applied over the tape, which I did to act as extra protection, and to also seal all the edges down to keep them from peeling in the wind. Madshadow recommends not doing the headlights, but I found it cures clear enough that I did it and would recommend it highly. In all, I had about 700 miles of high speed track and travel, and have not found one chip thru this coating. Top speed of about 120 mph on track. Adding up the high speed forays on the track, I calculate that I hit or exceeded 110 mph about 1000 times in 250 racing laps. Road Warrior was still intact and protecting well. Alot of black rubber marks on it from race rubber flying. This is what I will use for track days from now on. Very good product, and I would recommend for track days and long occasional road trips. For a daily driver, it would not be practical.
I really find RWP to be the best protection ever for long roadtrips. Arrived home after 2600 miles and began removing RWP, bugs and all, to reveal a perfectly clean Goldwing. Honda's plasti-chrome was unharmed. Without doubt the easiest way to keep a bike clean while on the road, wet towel, wipe the bike down and go.
I finally had a chance to use Road Warrior this weekend for two days on track with mixed sun and rain and it worked as advertised. Applied two coats and used a heat gun to dry it. It drys clear and only visible if you are looking for it. Very nice option for long trips or track days. I clayed and waxed the car tonight and noticed the areas where I used RW were really clean so I don't know if if it also helps pull dirt out of the paint.
Purchased a 2010 GL1800 back in May. The dealer tried to sell me a permanent clear film to protect my new ride from road rash, scratches etc.. A friend of mine had some of that put on his bike, it deteriorated and cost more to get off than it did to install. I came across Road Warrior Plus on this site, and love it. Have been on several trips and come across many situations where this stuff saved my bike. It dries clear, even though there is a bit of texture from the roller brush, you don’t see it unless you’re up close to the bike. It has saved my A$$ a couple of times this summer when I crossed a couple of stretches of new chipped sealed roads. No dings, and what tar did get on my bike came off with no effort. I give this product a huge thumbs up!
This stuff is great, 1,100 miles on I-10 in 3 days on a 2,800 mile 8 day trip. Used wet towels to wipe off bugs and road crude. Bike comes out clean in minutes and did not have to worry about scratching paint. Oh yeah, it looks pretty cool. Get home, peel road warrior off and you got yourself a new bike!
I purchased a quart and have really enjoyed using the product on all my vehicles. I just picked up my new boat and covered the trailer with Road Warrior Plus. Usually by the time I travel down the road even once, my trailer looks sandblasted. Guess what, not a ding!!!! Way to go, something that is affordable and useful!