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Directions For Use of 3M™ number 78 Aerosol Spray Adhesive

Expected Coverage

Coverage g/sf Grams of Solids/Can Coverage/Can/SF Lineal Ft. @ 1 Inch Width Pattern Lineal Ft. @ 2 Inch Width Pattern Lineal Ft. @ 3 Inch Width Pattern
0.50 97 194 2,329 1,164 776
1.00 97 97 1,164 582 388
1.50 97 65 776 388 259
2.00 97 49 582 291 194

% Solids in Formulation: 19.1%

Net Weight of Can: 508 Grams

 

Surface Preparation

For best results, all surfaces to be bonded must be clean, dry and free from dirt, dust, oil, loose paint, wax or grease, etc.

 

Directions For Use

1) For best results, the temperature of the adhesive and the surfaces being bonded should be between 60-80 degrees F.

2) Select spray pattern width by turning spray tip to desired setting.

3) Hold can 4-8 inches from surface to be sprayed and apply a uniform coat approximately 6 inches wide.

4) Apply 1-3 even coats.

5) Allow the adhesive to dry until tacky then apply sufficient pressure to ensure intimate contact.

NOTE: Test the tackiness by gently touching the adhesive with your knuckle. If the adhesive transfers to your skin, it is too wet. If the adhesive is aggressively tacky and does not transfer to your skin, it is ready to bond. If the adhesive only has a very light tack, it is too dry and another coat of adhesive should be applied to at least one of the surfaces.

3M #78 install

 

Precautionary Information

Refer to product label and MSDS sheet for health and safety information before using this product. For additional health and safety information, call 1-800-364-3577 or 651-737-6501.

The information and recommendations made in this document are based upon tests or experience the US Fabrics & 3M believe to be reliable, but the accuracy or completeness of such information is not guaranteed.