Camie 300 General Purpose Spray Adhesive White 14 oz Aerosol

Part number: 300 SPRAY Manufacturer SKU: 1000034931
Camie 300 General Purpose Spray Adhesive White 14 oz Aerosol
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1-27 $10.97 10.970000000 USD New Available 300 SPRAY
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158+ $7.84 7.840000000 USD New Available 300 SPRAY
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  • A Made in the USA
  • C Haz Class 2.2
  • O California Sales Restriction

Camie 300 General Purpose Spray Adhesive is a hexane and acetone solvent blend that is used to bond cardboard, paper, fabric, wood, leather, and foil. It provides instant tack, high strength, permanent and temporary bonds. 14 oz Aerosol.

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<p>Camie 300 General Purpose Spray Adhesive is a hexane and acetone solvent blend that is used to bond cardboard, paper, fabric, wood, leather, and foil. It provides instant tack, high strength, permanent and temporary bonds. 14 oz Aerosol.</p> <p><span style="color: #ff0000;"><span>This product has special restrictions. Please view the Special Information tab for more details.</span></span></p>
Typical Use: Bonds a wide variety of lightweight materials including paper, cardboard, plastic films, foam, and fiberglass insulation.
Chemical Composition: Hexane
Color: White
Components: 1 part
Cure System: Room Temperature
Cure Time: 15s to 2min
Flash Point: -104.4 °C
Service Temperature: Up to 48.8 °C
Specific Gravity: 0.6976

This item cannot be sold to customers within the Southern California South Coast Air Quality Management District. To view South Coast District regulations, click here. Other districts within California may enforce similar regulations. To review other districts, click here or consult your local Air Quality Management office for current regulations.

 

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