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Glues many synthetics, metal, rubber, porcelain, wood and cork, among others.
Do not use in temperatures ≤ +10°C.
Preliminary surface treatment
Surfaces need to be clean, dry, free of dust and grease, and well fitting. Degrease with Griffon Cleaner or acetone. Surfaces reacting to acid (like aluminium) should first be treated with diluted ammonia and then rinsed with water and dried. Metals should be lightly sanded.
Directions for use
Cut open the spout of the adhesive bottle (2 mm) and apply adhesive as thinly as possible to one of the parts to be bonded (too much adhesive severely slows the curing!). Immediately join the parts and press together for a short time (10-60 sec.) so that the adhesive is evenly distributed across the surfaces. Hand pressure suffices. The joint can be reinforced still further by allowing some extra adhesive to flow into the glued seam. When gluing metal, the curing time can be reduced by breathing on the part to which the glue has been applied before joining the parts. Clean the nozzle of the glue bottle immediately after use with a dry cloth and close well. Expose the adhesive to air as little as possible.
Points of attention
Caution: instant glue contains cyanoacrylate Dangerous: sticks skin and eyelids together within seconds. Keep out of reach of children. If contact with the skin has occurred, avoid forced attempts to remove the adhesive. In such cases, the skin will automatically reject the adhesive. Subsequently wash skin with water. If the adhesive has ended up in the eyes, then keep eyelids open, rinse immediately with water and consult a doctor. Separate bonded fingers by soaking them well in water and then rolling a pencil between them.
Remove wet adhesive residue immediately by rubbing with a dry cloth or something Dried adhesive residue is very difficult to remove. Acetone will dissolve the adhesive (very slowly).
Store in a dry, cool and frost free place.