Zillagrip, otherwise known as “Magic in a bottle!” – It’s what the Pro’s use.
Print at room temperature using normal first layer guidelines as with any other solution. We recommend 2 layer 20-30 loop brim. Hotend temperature should be 10-20c higher than normal for better layer adhesion.
After printing, heat bed to 80-90c to remove printed object. At this temperature coating becomes tacky and flexible. Use razor blade to first get under object, then sharpened putty knife to continue breaking the bond under model. The hotter the bed, the easier the release.
After bed is back to room temperature, the surface can be scraped to make smooth again, using the razor at a very low angle. At room temperature the coating is hard and crystalline. Make sure you are moving the razor away from you so you don't hurt yourself. Then cover bed with a very thin coat of Zillagrip. You may have to selectively add a little more where you scraped off Zillagrip completely. Our experiments have shown this can be done 4 or 5 time as long as the coating remains thin. If the coating gets too thick or uneven, it can be removed with a razor at a higher angle or by using acetone to dissolve and scrape it off.
A new silicone brush has been added to your kit which is reusable. Just use a fork to remove dried residue form the silicone.
To use this with PETG, make it a light coat or thin it with acetone before application (50% dilution).
To use with PLA, a very light coat is needed, a 1:1 dilution ratio with acetone (Which means you get double the prints!)
POM, ABS, PP and nylon need a heavy coat and double 15 ring brim. This is only for printing on a cold bed. Heat the bed to remove the model.