Plastic Adhesive Promoter 13Oz Aerosol Can

CJ's Part Number:
PTPAP
Plastic Adhesive Promoter 13Oz Aerosol Can is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Highlights

  • 13Oz. Aerosol Can
  • Helps Paint To Bond
  • 20-30 Minute Dry Time
  • Applied To Various Surfaces
MSRP $12.95
$11.25
You save 13%

13oz. Aerosol Can of Plastic Adhesive Promoter.

When it's time to paint your Mustang, you must first prep any surface to ensure a clean bonding surface. This adhesive spray will form a base that will allow paint to bond to nicely.

This adhesive is capable of a dry time in just 20-30 minutes, depending on base coast thickness. It can be used with many types of topcoat paints and lacquers.

Can be applied to various surfaces including plastic, aluminum, chrome and urethane.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent undercoating! Had to paint plastic to match the Parchment color. Provided an excellent base for the top laquer coat.
Date published: 2019-08-13
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What products do I need to clean, prep and paint the black fiberglass and plastic interior panels and parts in my 1967 Mustang Fastback?

Asked by: Devilstrip
We do not offer a paint prep but you can find it in any auto parts store. The adhesive promoter, CJ's Part Number: PTPAP should be used. Than you can paint with CJ's Part Number: LAC10.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-07-10

Is this a good step prior to interior vinyl dye application?  I'm thinking I should first use the vinyl prep to clean all grease, wax, and chemicals off the vinyl, then use this to promote better adhesion of the vinyl dye. Does this make sense?

Asked by: Hotrocker
No, this won't work. You just want the vinyl prep, then the dye.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2018-10-11
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