MAX HOLD SPORT - 1.4 FL OZ, DAB-ON
Our strongest protective barrier for active & humid-weather clients, improving hold times.
- Gentleness: Skin safe
- An adhesive booster for the longest-lasting hold times
- Allows for exposure to water immediately after install
- Made for clients with active lifestyles
- Helps protect adhesive fro humidity
- Creates a protective barrier for sensitive skin
- Test on a small portion of skin before use
Walker Tape®’s Max Hold Sport is our strongest scalp protector. It protects the scalp from potential irritation from adhesive contact and keeps the adhesive in place by protecting it from sweat, oil, water, and other factors. It’s an ideal choice for wearers who live active lifestyles or live in extremely hot or humid areas. Keep the product away from heat, humidity, and light. Store in a well-ventilated, cool, dark, dry, room-temperature controlled environment (60-80°F). Close bottle lids tightly. With proper storage, our liquid products have a shelf life of up to six months.
Prepare the skin where tape or adhesive is going to be applied with 99% Alcohol. Apply 1-2 coats of Max Hold Sport to the scalp before applying any adhesive. Let dry completely, then apply adhesive or tape. Provides immediate adhesion. No need to wait for 24 hours after install before getting the unit wet. Bear in mind that with scalp protectors, the tape or adhesive will start to adhere quickly. If you’re worried about getting the system in the right spot, use Just-Rite Positioning Spray. It will temporarily suspend the hold of the adhesive so you can place the system precisely, without affecting the overall wear time. This product is not meant to replace tape or liquid adhesive. We recommend performing a patch test before use.
Flammable – Do not store or use near heat, sparks, or open flame. Use in a well-ventilated area. Close lid tightly. Do not apply to broken, cut, or irritated skin. External use only, do not ingest. Avoid eye contact. Keep out of reach of children. Test on a small area before use. Store in a well-ventilated, cool, dark, dry, room-temperature controlled environment (60-80°F).