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Montana Plastic Primer is the perfect pre-treatment for plastic surfaces. After priming and drying, plastic surfaces can be painted with Montana sprays that have a synthetic, acrylic, or nitro-combination base.
The PLASTIC Primer can be used with the following types of plastic:
The PLASTIC PRIMER can NOT be used on the following types of plastic:
- Improves the adhesion between primer and top coat.
- Good resistance to external influences
- High filling power
Shake can vigorously for 2-3 minutes before use. Apply PLASTIC PRIMER in several
thin layers, spraying in sweeping motions. Allow each coating to dry for at least
Can be overpainted after 3 hours. Further
coats of alternative products might require a drying time of 24 hours or more
depending on application style. Always test spray on a non-visible area to check
the compatibility of lacquer or paint. For optimal lifespan, store cans with
the nozzle on.
PRODUCT NAME: Montana Cans TECH Plastic Primer
HS CODE: 32082090
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Germany
NOZZLE: Flat Jet - Medium
RECOMMENDED NOZZLES: Flat Jet Medium and Wide, Fat Cap Gold/Black, Level 1-3
LAQUER BASE: Nitro-Combi
PRESSURE LEVEL: Medium pressure
COLOR: Transparent White
GLOSS LEVEL (60° angle according to DIN 67530): 6 GE matte
HEAT RESISTANCE: Up to 80°C (176°F)
OVERPAINTING: Can be overpainted with Synthetic-, Nitro-Combi (NC) or Acrylic Lacquer after approx. three hours drying time
DRYING TIME AT 20°C (68°F) AND 50% RELATIVE HUMIDITY:
- Dust/Touch dry: approx. 5/15 min.
- Overpainting after 1h.
- Fully cured after 24h
Drying time depends on temperature, humidity and thickness of coating.
OPTIMAL PROCESSING CONDITIONS:
- Temperature 10° - 25°Celcius
- Surface temperature 5° - 40°Celcius
- Air humidity max. 60%
SHELF LIFE / STORAGE: 10 years with proper storage (10°-25°C, relative humidity of max. 60%).
- Dangerous goods class 2.1
- Surfaces should be dry and clean of oil, dirt or silicones
- Sand back with a fine-grid sandpaper (280-400 grain) and carefully remove all residue afterwards
- Shake the can well for at least 3 minutes
- Spray distance should be at least 25cm/10in
- Test spray on a non-visible area
- Apply at least 2-3 layers in a grid pattern. Leave every layer to dry at least 5 min.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When should I use a primer?
The goal of priming is to create a neutral surface of which to apply other coatings onto that will have the longest possible lifespan and the most aesthetic finish as desired. Montana Primers are for the pre-treatment and preperation of surfaces and will offer the greatest adhesion and protection to apply further coatings onto.
When do I use Montana PLASTIC PRIMER?
The Montana PLASTIC PRIMER is ideal for preparing plastic materials for the application of color coats to assist in adhesion and reducing the risk of tearing and cracking. Montana PLASTIC PRIMER is a surface preparer that can be used on the following hard plastics: polyurethane (PUR), polystyrene (PS), polyamide (PA), polypropylene rubber, modified (EPDM), acrylic butadiene styrene plastics (ABS), glass-fibre reinforced plastics (GfK), hard polyvinyl chloride (Hard-PVC).
Will my Montana PLASTIC PRIMER work with all plastics?
Although suitable for many plastics, due to the varied chemical make up’s of some plastic and acrylic surfaces, some materials will not allow any paints or coatings to adhere. We suggest trialing on a non-visible area of your material to test for compatibility.
What do I need to watch out for when working with plastic based materials?
When using plastic materials, always be aware of expansion and contraction. This occurs through exposure to heat and cold. If your substrate expands in heat or contracts in cold beyond that of the flexibility of your coatings, then cracking, peeling or tearing will occur regardless of pre-treatment. Some plastic based materials are manufactured for particular functions. Their chemical make up may not allow any coatings to be applied. Keep your coated objects away from extreme heat/cold and direct sunlight to extend the lifespan of your project.
How do I start using my Montana PLASTIC PRIMER?
Remove the spray nozzle and turn the can upside down. Strike with your palm allowing safety ring to fall out. Shake vigerously for 2-3 minutes ensuring you can hear the mixing balls moving freely. Replace the cap back onto the top of the can valve and trigger away from substrate to test. If flowing freely you can start painting.
Which coatings can be applied over the PLASTIC PRIMER?
You can apply any Montana-Cans color, tech or effect spray over the PLASTIC PRIMER once it has dried. It will increase adhession, help seal your substrate, create a more even surface and increase the longevity of the coatings applied over it.
How long does Montana Montana PLASTIC PRIMER spray take to dry?
Drying time is usually 15-20 minutes to be dust dry but can vary depending on substrate, ambient temperature, humidity levels and thickness of coats applied. Painted objects should be left to dry for 24-48 hours to cure.
Can I use other coatings on it other then sprays?
Yes. It is possible to use other coatings over PLASTIC PRIMER spray once it is dry. We suggest always test on a non-visible area of the work for compatibility.