Go Fast in the Cold

One of the big advantages to come with the launch of the new Carmaster and Paraglaze ranges is the option of three different hardeners and reducers. They allow you to modify the application characteristics to suit the environment in which you’re spraying it.

This is a particularly important factor for priming in winter when maximum daytime temperatures might not get above 10°C. Check your application conditions and, if the temperature is low, consider using the Low Temperature Hardener or Reducer (make sure you look up the Product Data Sheet for the correct application ranges).

Making the correct choice in colder conditions will not only minimise the time you have to wait for flash-off between coats and decreases the overall drying time, it also reduces the risk of soft, cheesy primers which have not completely cured.


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