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Whole Part Painting

Procedure

  1. Roughen plastic section with ultra-fine grey abrasive pad and then let it dry.
  2. Clean the plastic part with silicone remover to partially dissolve the plastic.
  3. Then clean with Aqua Silicone Remover to reduce the electrostatic charge    
  4. Thinly apply SprayMax Plastic Adhesion Promoter over the whole area.  
  5. Apply a thin spray of 1K water-borne paint to a pre-warmed area (25-30°C) and continue with the normal painting process.
  6. When using barely opaque colour tones, after a corresponding flash time (matt stripped) it might be necessary to apply additional paint processes.
  7. Slightly nebulise the last spraying step.
  8. Important: after each painting process, completely flash off the paint.
  9. Paint 2K Rapid Clear Coat in 2 complete paint processes with interim flash off time.

Conclusion

  • Small, uncoated spare parts such as mirror caps and bumpers can be optimally coated with SprayMax aerosol cans
  • Optimal coating.
  • More than 50% process cost savings.
  • Perfect painting results, just like with a spray gun.

Note:

  • Matt stripping the painted areas can be accelerated by blowing with a hair dryer.
  • Drying time at least 5 minutes.
Required Products

Repair step

Product

Consumption


Preparation:


Silicone Remover


ca. 5-10ml ¹

Cleaning:

Aqua Silicone Remover

ca. 5 - 10ml ¹

Primer:

Plastic Adhesion Promoter

ca. 2-3µm

Color:

1K water borne paint

ca. 25-30µm

Clear coat:

2K Rapid Clear Coat

ca. 30-35µm

¹ Varies depending on area and degree of soiling.