Epoxy Rust-Cure Primer, 2 Part (2K), Aerosol

Serial Number: SMT 3680032
Manufacturer Name: U.S. Chemical & Plastic
$17.40
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SprayMax, Epoxy Rust-Cure Primer 2 Part (2K), Aerosol

This is an Epoxy Rust-Cure Primer. Contrary to conventional paint aerosols SprayMax uses an innovative nozzle technology in combination with a new propellent technology that allows SprayMax aerosols to have more yield, faster workspeed, broader spray pattern than conventional aerosols. The result: professional paint results like a spraygun, but without the disadvantages: no paint mixing, no cleaning of spraygun, no thinner for cleaning, no compressor, less overspray. SprayMax - patented technology only from KWASNY!

Salesman Notes:  SprayMax Aerosols work much like a conventional spraygun.  It has high transfer efficiency, and great atomization. 

How to Use:  First shake for 2 minutes vigorously before activating. 

To activate simple take the red button from the cap and attach it to the pin on the bottom of the can.  Put the top of the can on stable ground and push the button firmly.  Shake again for two minutes to ensure activator is thoroughly mix with primer.  After activated this product will last approx. 4 days. 

Product Characteristics:  SprayMax Epoxy primer has excellent adhesion and anticorrosion properties. Can be used on Zinc-Coated Steel, Anodized Aluminum, Hot-rolled or Cold rolled Steel, Fiberglass, and many other surfaces.

Preparation: Properly clean and sand surfaces to be primed.  Use a good quality grease and wax remover before priming.  Apply 2-3 coats of product.  Allow 5-10 minutes between coats.  After drying approximately 12 hours dry time lightly sand surface before recoating with topcoat or another primer.

 

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