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Custom Restoration Guide 2017

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50 PLASTIC BARE PARTS Caution: Wear the proper safety protection when sanding, cleaning, mixing and spraying all materials included within this process. PD-1210 1 Using the SU4901 Clean and Scuff Pad: a. Tear open SU4901. Clean and abrade the substrate thoroughly. Verify thorough abrasion. Use one package per full-size plastic bumper part. b. Rinse very thoroughly with water. NOTE: Water should sheet (run-off) from the surface. If water beads up, repeat the cleaning process before proceeding. c. Blow or wipe completely dry with a clean cloth. 2 Using the SU4902 Plastic Adhesion Wipe: a. Tear open SU4902, wring out excess liquid and apply a light, even coat over the entire area. Use one (1) package per full-size plastic bumper part. b. Wipe in one direction to minimize product overlap. c. Allow for a 3-5 minute flash time. Verify that the part is dry and dull in appearance. 3 Apply a single light coat of either SU4903 Advance Plastic Bond or SUA4903 (Aerosol) Advance Plastic Bond to the prepared surface. Allow for a 5-minute flash time, then verify that the part is dry and dull in appearance. NOTE: Substituting SU470LV or SUA470LV is acceptable in this process. 4 Apply 1 coat of flexible sealer to the entire plastic part. 5 Proceed to Paint Application. 50

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