Preparation : Stir well until uniform consistency. Adhesive and materials (unwrapped) must be at room temperature (20°C) 24 hours before, during, and after installation. All surfaces to be glued must be clean, dry and free from irregularities. Remove all paint, varnish, grease, oil, dust, sawdust and other foreign materials. Pre-fit parts before applying adhesives.
Application : Apply an uniform coat of glue to both surfaces using a soft brush, short nap roller or spray gun. Porous surfaces such as trim strips may require two coats. Allow to dry 20 to 60 minutes until the film is matte (indicates sufficient coverage) and tacky (similar to duct tape).
Within the next 18 hours, place both surfaces in exact position and join them carefully. The bond is instant on contact and surfaces cannot be repositioned. Using a metal roller or a rubber mallet apply firm pressure over entire area, working from the centre toward edges to eliminate any air pockets.
Roll in two directions at 90° angles to each other. Adhesion strength will increase with aging, but edges can be cut for finishing immediately. Let cure at least three days before exposure to direct sunlight or high temperatures.