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Process for water base colors:

Use a water base primer to complete the preparation process and promote the adhesion of water base colors to leather, vinyl and plastics. Include the surfaces that undergo the most wear such as bolsters, armrests and steering wheels.

Leather: Use (95FA) Flex Primer, (HT) Water Base Hi-Tac Primer or (AFP) Aerosol Flex Primer to promote the adhesion of water base colors to all leathers. Apply a medium coat of the Primer, allow to dry to touch. A hair dryer can be used to accelerate drying.

Vinyl: Use (95FA) Flex Primer or (AFP) Aerosol Flex Primer to promote the adhesion of water base colors to all vinyls. Apply a medium coat of the Primer, allow to dry to touch. A hair dryer can be used to accelerate drying.

Plastic: Process for water base colors:

Use (PC) Plastic Primer to promote the adhesion of water base colors to all plastic surfaces. Apply a light coat, then a medium coat of the Primer, allow to dry to touch between coats. A hair dryer can be used to accelerate drying.

Process for solvent & lacquer base colors:

Use (TP0123) Bulldog Plastic Adhesion Promoter to promote the adhesion of solvent or lacquer base colors on all plastics, both interior and exterior. Apply a light coat, then a medium coat of Bulldog Plastic Adhesion Promoter allow to dry between coats. Then apply a generous coat and allow at least 15 minutes to dry before applying the color.

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