AQUASTEEL can either be applied to a surface by hand or using a spray gun. Either is suitable, the general choice is by hand.

Whatever your choice, a gentle application is required to eliminate bubbles in the process.


The general choice of customers is to apply Aquasteel using a brush.

The product can also be applied using a roller but this is only recommended for use on large areas as it will initially soak up large amounts of Aquasteel.


To apply to an object through the use of an air-pressurised spray gun involves the use of an gun, nozzle, liquid holding vessel,, and air compressor. When the trigger is pressed the paint mixes with the compressed air stream and is released in a fine spray.

Due to a wide range of nozzle shapes and sizes, the consistency of the coating can be varied. The three most common nozzles are the full cone, hollow cone, and flat stream. There are two types of air-gun spraying processes. In a manual operation method the air-gun sprayer is held by a skilled operator, about 6 to 10 inches (15–25 cm) from the object, and moved back and forth over the surface, each stroke overlapping the previous to ensure a continuous coat.

For large applications a typical paint spraying process can be employed. Choose a medium viscosity nozzle if you are spraying a large area.