BULLDOG PAINT ADHESION PROMOTER
Paint Adhesion Promoter is a clear adhesive promoter that is completely flexible, fast dry and easy to use. Will adhere to most plastic surfaces and metal. Highly recommended for use on metal, TPO, PP and interior and exterior moldings. Comes in a 15 oz. aerosol can.
1. Clean all areas to be painted
with Bulldog Abrasive Cleaner. Rinse thoroughly with water and allow to dry. Be
sure not to apply any solvent cleaners after this point.
2. Blow and tack surface.
3. Shake gently for one minute to
ensure a uniform mixture.
4. Hold can in an upright position,
with arrow on button pointing away from you, approximately 12 inches from the
5. Spray the surface with an even,
light mist coat. Wait 3 to 5 minutes and apply a second light coat, if needed.
6. Wait 5 to 10 minutes before
applying the next coating.
Spot & Panel Repair:
Bulldog can be used before epoxy,
urethane or polyester fillers to promote adhesion to polypropylene and TPO
bumpers. Apply primers to all metal and filler areas. Sand all areas to be
painted with 320 grit or finer. Apply 2 medium coats Bulldog, allowing 3-5
minutes flash between coats. Allow 5 to 10 minutes dry time before applying basecoat.
Between Coats: 3 - 5 minutes
Dry to Next Coating: 5 - 10 minutes
Bulldog is effective up to 24 hours.
If the sprayed part is left overnight, the base coat can be applied with no
issue. If the part is left longer than 24 hours it needs to be scuffed and
tacked again. Apply 1 light coat of Bulldog before applying base coat.
All tools and spills should be
cleaned immediately with Klean-Strip® General Purpose Automotive Lacquer
Thinner (CWT50), Naked Gun® Gold Gun Cleaner (CGC111), or Naked Gun® Spray Gun Paint
Remover Aerosol (ENGC11131). Care should be taken to keep lacquer thinner away
from freshly finished surfaces.
Note: Ships via ground freight only and is
shipped exclusively within the continental US, as no air shipments are
permitted on aerosol spray cans.
Carefully read all cautions on the
MSDS before use. Protect hands with solvent-resistant gloves and eyes with
chemical splash goggles. If the work area is not well ventilated you must use a
properly fitted and maintained NIOSH approved respirator for organic solvent vapors.
A dust mask does not provide protection against vapors.