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Suitable for hanging fibre glass and hessian woven fabrics in dry indoor areas. The surface can be painted after 24 hours of the gluing having been carried out. Suitable also for the gluing of textile and vinyl wallpaper with paper backing.
Complies with the M1 Emission Classification for Building Materials. Suitable for hanging fibre glass and hessian woven fabrics in dry indoor areas. Suitable also for the gluing of textile and vinyl wallpaper with paper backing. Not suitable for solid plastic materials.
|Package Size||1 l|
|Package Size||5 l|
|Package Size||15 l|
PVAc-dispersion and starch
Absorbent substrate 15–20 min., painted substrate max. 30 min. Note, wet bonding! The amount of adhesive used, the substrate and prevailing conditions will all affect the working time considerably.
1 l, 5 l, 15 l
wood: 8–12 %, concrete: max. 3 % by weight or below 85 % RH
In unopened containers, above +1 °C, for 18 months. After long storing, stir before use. An opened container must be used within a month.
Carry out work at normal room temperature. Both the wallpaper and paste should be allowed to acclimatise to the room temperature. The surface must be dry, even, firm and clean. Very porous surfaces must be primed with the adhesive thinned with water. Painted surfaces must be sanded and washed, e.g., with Kiilto Maalarinpesu, and rinsed thoroughly before gluing.
Follow the wallpaper manufacturer's instructions on installation. Apply the adhesive to the wall on an area of 1–2 lengths at a time using, e.g., a paint roller. Use wet bonding and butt joints. Remove fresh adhesive stains immediately by pressing with a damp cloth or sponge. Vigorous rubbing may impair the colour or gloss of the wallpaper. Walls can be painted after 24 hours at the earliest of the gluing having been carried out. When hanging textile wallpaper with paper backing and with the surface pattern formed from parallel yarns, the adhesive must be applied to the wallpaper.
Avoid unnecessary skin contact and exposure with the fresh product, use safety gloves. Refer to material safety data sheet. For information on product and package disposal, visit www.kiilto.com.