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Solaris Primer Pint

Solaris Primer

FOR MAXIMUM ADHESION TO GLASS - USE SOLARIS® BONDING PRIMER...

FOR MAXIMUM ADHESION TO GLASS - USE SOLARIS® BONDING PRIMER...
All glass surfaces must be clean before applying Solaris® Bonding Primer®

Glass surface preparation:
Step 1- Wipe glass surfaces using Isopropyl Alcohol applied with lintfree paper towels. Let dry for 10 minutes.
Step 2 - Wipe the glass surfaces with ammonia-based glass cleaner applied with lint-free paper towels. Let dry for 10 minutes.

Note: Do not touch glass surface after cleaning.

When glass surface is clean, apply one coat of Solaris® Bonding Primer® using a clean, dry paint brush and let dry for 10 minutes.
A hazy film will form on the glass surface. Wipe away film using a lintfree cloth until surface is clear.
Apply a second coat of Solaris® Bonding Primer®, let dry for 10 minutes and wipe surface until clear.
You are now ready to apply the Solaris® Silicone Encapsulant to the prepared glass surface.

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15,89 EUR

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Weight: 0.6 kg

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