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HOW TO USE
Only use Bostik Fast Tak Permanent adhesive spray outdoors or in a well-ventilated area over a protected work surface* and ensure surfaces are clean, dry and free from grease.
*It is important to work on a protected surface as any overspray is very difficult to remove, particularly from sensitive surfaces.
Test suitability before use when working with fabrics and take care to avoid strike-through caused by heavy application.
During use: Shake the can well, then spray evenly over one surface from a distance of 15 to 20 cm (6 to 8 inches). Allow to dry for a few seconds, then carefully line the surfaces up and firmly press them together.
After use: Remember to always clear the nozzle by turning the can upside down and spray away from you for a few seconds to prevent clogging.
How to remove Fast Tak Permanent spray
For removal, clean with a cloth dampened with white spirit immediately after application.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Fast Tak Permanent spray glue is a permanent contact adhesive in an aerosol format. It applies as a mist and is suitable for bonding a wide variety of materials including paper, card, foam, leather, rubber, plastic, metal, wood, stone and even concrete.
Simple and easy-to-use in a few seconds, our Fast Tak Permanent caters to all kinds of craft and DIY needs, whether that’s craft creations, furniture repairs, clothing repairs and more.
Simply shake to wake, spray from 15 to 20 cm, allow to dry for a few seconds, line up your surfaces and press together to stick.
Most solvent-based adhesives are flammable. When using Fast Tak always work in a ventilated area and do not breathe in vapours. Avoid exposing the product to any ignition sources. Do not smoke when working with adhesives.
The shelf life of adhesives varies from product to product, but typically ranges between one and two years from the date of manufacture when unopened and stored correctly in dry conditions - usually between +5°C and +25°C. Once opened, the life of the product will be more limited – this is dictated by variables including the type of adhesive, how it is stored, and how much adhesive is left unused. For more information, refer to the product’s Technical Data Sheet.