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Star Gloss Fabric Cement

From $35.50 to $129.75
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STAR GLOSS FABRIC CEMENTQUART
09-02583
$35.50
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STAR GLOSS FABRIC CEMENTGALLON
09-02584
$129.75
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Overview

Use:
Star-Tak is a vinyl-based cement that is used to cement aircraft fabric to steel, aluminum, wood, or composite surfaces. It is also used to join fabric together in overlapped cemented seams. It dries to the touch in 15 to 20 minutes in normal temperatures. In two hours, it develops a bond strong enough to allow heat shrinking the fabric.Packaging: Gallons, quarts.

Mixing:
Use directly out of the can with no mixing. If the cement thickens or begins to dry in use, add MEK to bring it back to original viscosity.

Application:
Apply directly to the surface with a one-inch brush. Lay the fabric directly into the wet cement and force the cement through the weave with protected fingers or a squeegee. Cement only 12 to 18 inches at a time to prevent the cement from drying. Cement directly to epoxy-primed metal, epoxy-varnished wood, or epoxy-primed composite surfaces.

Shelf Life:
Guaranteed two years unopened. Heat over 100 F. can damage the cement. If the cement has been exposed to heat in storage, it will turn whiskey colored; do not use cement unless it is perfectly clear.
   
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