3M Primer 94 1/2 Pint 8oz

3MSKU: PRIMER94
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3M™ Primer 94 can be used to promote adhesion of 3M tapes to surfaces such as polyethylene, polypropylene, ABS, PET/PBT blends, concrete, wood, glass, metal, and painted metal surfaces.

  • The bonding surface must be relatively clean and dry.
  • Contaminated surfaces should be cleaned with a 50/50 Isopropyl Alcohol and water mixture.
  • A clean lint-free cloth should be used.
  1. Shake 3M primer 94 well before using.
  2. Apply a thin uniform coating to the bonding surface using the minimum amount that will fully coat the surface.
  3. Allow 3M primer 94 to dry thoroughly before applying tape. This is usually accomplished in 5 minutes at room temperature.
  4. Be sure the primed surface remains free from contaminants prior to applying the tape. Porous surfaces may require 2 applications of 3M primer 94 for uniform coverage and good adhesion.
  5. Allow first application of primer to dry before applying the second coat.

3M primer 94 may be applied with brush, swab, pressurized flow gun, knurled roller or other similar type of application equipment.

Clean up: 3M primer 94 can be removed with isopropyl alcohol. Vigorous scrubbing may be required.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET 3M™ Primer 94

You have 30 calendar days to return an item from the date received. You will be responsible for paying shipping costs when returning your item. Shipping costs are non-refundable. Some items may be subject to restock fee. For more information, please visit our return policy.

Warning

This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, please visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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