Max Strength Adhesive
The ultimate grab adhesive for a longer-lasting bond. Power Pro typically has double the initial grab of other adhesives and is rapid-curing, eliminating the need for mechanical support in most common applications, even on ceilings.
Uses: Super adhesion even on wet surfaces, Power Pro is suitable for all weather conditions. Quick-curing, isocyanate, solvent and acid-free, it is ideal for use with metal, wood, glass, stone, insulation board ceramics, many plastics, Plexiglas, Lexan, polyester, MDF, chipboard, OSB, and wood paneling. For interior and exterior use, it can be painted, applied to wet surfaces and has a typical bond strength of 50 PSF.
Instructions: Check substrates are clean and free from dirt and dust. Carefully cut the tip of the cartridge, taking care not to damage the threaded area. Screw on the notched nozzle attached and use a standard sealant gun. Apply in beads or strips to one surface only, bond the surfaces together carefully and allow to cure. Remove uncured adhesive with white spirit. Note: this product is not recommended for installations where joints are permanently immersed in water or on surfaces that bleed oils or plasticizers. If used on overhead applications, always use in conjunction with mechanical fixings. For large and/or heavy items, provide temporary support (eg. tape) until full cure is achieved. Not suitable for use on polypropylene or Teflon. Paintable, however, always test compatibility in an inconspicuous area prior to application. Natural stone can vary, so always test for staining before use. Yellowing can occur in predominantly dark conditions.
Storage: Store in cool, dry conditions between 41°F (5°C) and 77°F (25°C).
Shelf Life: Use within 9 months.
Warranty: Manufacturer warrants the performance of this product when used as directed for 10 years from date of purchase. Call (702) 953-0968 with your sales receipt and product container for replacement product or sales price refund. Manufacturer nor reseller will be held liable for incidental or consequential damages.
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