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Old 08-05-2018, 08:08 AM
EXTAAFLY EXTAAFLY is offline
 
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I just ordered the SC-15 UV protected too. I don't want to limit myself from night flying.

Does anyone know how the UV coating is applied? Is there a time life on how long the UV protected coating will last? I assume there would be variables, due to storage. Hangar v. Tied Down and Covered.
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Old 08-06-2018, 04:53 AM
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I just ordered the SC-15 UV protected too. I don't want to limit myself from night flying.

Does anyone know how the UV coating is applied? Is there a time life on how long the UV protected coating will last? I assume there would be variables, due to storage. Hangar v. Tied Down and Covered.
I don't think there is a coating. The UV protection is integral to the material.
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