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Spray glue "Masking Glue 201", 250 ml

Content: 250 ml, Drying time: 2 minutes

Article number 110 921 Available
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(100 ml = 4,12 €)
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Masking Adhesive 201 is THE Spray glue one for gluing Napkins and papers on dark, even black, surfaces. It prevents the dark background from shimmering through.

A white adhesive film forms when sprayed. This prevents dark surfaces from shimmering through. Therefore it is also possible to glue thin paper types, like Napkins on black surfaces. The masking adhesive holds on Paper, cardboard, wood, metal, plastic, polysterol.

Tips to use:

Applicable to: Almost all surfaces.
Preparations: Always shake well before use. The surface must be dry, clean and free of dust and grease.
Processing of material: Spray the glue on the back of the paper, let dry for a short time and place it on the desired Position place, then press the pattern very firmly to the edge.
Time to dry: approx. 2 minutes.
This is to be noted: Spray distance approx. 20 cm.

Content: 250 ml
Drying time: 2 minutes

Notices under the CLP Regulation

  • H222 - Extremely flammable aerosol.
  • H229 - Pressurised container: May burst if heated.
  • H222, H229


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