Montana ADHESIVE permanent / Spray glue

Acid-free ADHESIVE spray consisting of a synthetic base with solvents. Single application spray ADHESIVE for permanent adhesion. Suitable for most materials like foam, jute, felt, textiles, insulating material, expanded polystyrene,...
  • Synthetic
  • 150ml, 400ml
Acid-free ADHESIVE spray consisting of a synthetic base with solvents. Single application spray... more
Product information "Montana ADHESIVE permanent / Spray glue"
Lacquer Base: Synthetic
Content: 150ml, 400ml

Acid-free ADHESIVE spray consisting of a synthetic base with solvents. Single application spray ADHESIVE for permanent adhesion. Suitable for most materials like foam, jute, felt, textiles, insulating material, expanded polystyrene, plastics, foils, paper, cardboard, wood and to adhere inlays. Not suitable for use with artificial leather or other materials with plasticising agents or softeners (e.g. plasticized PVC). Available as 150ml and 400ml.

Always test before use. Can be applied to one or both surfaces being adhered. Final adhesion strength is reached after 24h. Can be applied in a temperature range of –10°C to + 50°C subject to materials used and their weights. No penetration when used on textiles. Suitable for craft & paperwork. Clean and efficient when applied over small or large areas. USE: For best functionality, do not store or use under 10°C outside temperature. Shake can well, apply on clean, dry and greaseless surfaces. Optimal spray distance to object is 20-30cm. Spray on surfaces and allow to evaporate for 3 - 10 minutes (depending on outside temperature and absorptivity of surface). Then compress strongly. Porous, uneven or absorbent surfaces are recommended to be primed with a thin layer of adhesive spray, let it dry for 5 minutes and then continue as above.

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What is Montana ADHESIVE spray?

Montana ADHESIVE spray is a synthetic, solvent based adhesive spray. It is an acid free, single application spray, resulting in permanent adhesion. The Montana ADHESIVE spray can be applied to both surfaces being adhered. It is clean and efficient over small or large areas.

On which materials is Montana ADHESIVE spray suitable?

Montana ADHESIVE spray is suitable on foam, jute, felt, textiles, insulating material, expanded polystyrene, plastics, foils, paper, cardboard, wood and as an adhesive for inlays. Excellent for craft and paper work. It is NOT suitable for use with artificial leather or other materials with plasticizing agents or softeners (e.g. plasticized PVC). Always test on a non visible area of your project. No penetration when used on textiles.

What sizes does Montana ADHESIVE spray come in?

Montana ADHESIVE spray comes in 400ml and 150ml sized cans.

How do I start using my Montana ADHESIVE spray can?

Remove the spray plastic lid. Shake the can vigorously 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.

How long does Montana ADHESIVE spray take to dry?

Montana ADHESIVE spray reaches its final adhesion strength after 24 hours.

Can I apply Montana ADHESIVE spray in any temperature?

The Montana ADHESIVE spray can be used in a temperature range of –10°C to + 50°C subject to materials used and their weights. However we recommend for best functionality, do not store or use under 10°C outside temperature.

Do I need to consider anything before or while I'm applying it?

For best results apply on clean, dry and greaseless surfaces. Apply to one or both surfaces and allow to evaporate for 3-10 minutes, depending on outside temperature and absorptivity of surface. Then compress together strongly. Porous, uneven or absorbent surfaces are recommended to be primed with a thin layer of adhesive spray, let it dry for 5 minutes and then continue as above.

How far should the Montana ADHESIVE spray be from the substrate while applying?

Optimum distance from substrate is normally between 20 and 30cm depending on your task. Thin, even layers are optimal.