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HOW TO USE
Surfaces must be clean, dry, and free of loose materials, dust, dirt, oil, rust and any other contaminants. Metal surfaces should be degreased with suitable solvents e.g. acetone. Rubber should be pre-cleaned with lacquer thinners. Hard plastics should be lightly abraded with emery paper.
- Not to be used if ambient temperature is below 5ºC or above 35°C. Protect the work surface to prevent contamination caused by overspray.
- Test product for suitability on a small area before using on new or unfamiliar applications and materials.
- Shake can thoroughly before use.
- Spray adhesive evenly from 15cm to 20cm away, avoiding overspray on surrounding surfaces.
- For pressure sensitive repositionable bonds, apply a light coat to one surface. Allow to adhesive to dry for 1 – 3 minutes and press together.
- For permanent bonds, apply a heavy coating to both surfaces.
- Allow to dry for 1 – 5 minutes and press together.
- Always clean the nozzle after use by inverting the can and spraying for a few seconds.
Frequently Asked Questions
Most solvent based adhesives are flammable. 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.