High Temperature Adhesive Spray Glue is a high-quality adhesive that is specifically designed for use on four way stretch van lining carpet. This type of adhesive is perfect for bonding stretchy fabrics and is resistant to high temperatures, making it ideal for use in a van where the temperature can fluctuate.
To use High Temperature Adhesive Spray Glue on four way stretch van lining carpet, follow these steps:
Begin by preparing the area where you will be applying the adhesive. Make sure the surface is clean and dry. If the surface is dirty or wet, the adhesive may not bond properly.
Shake the can of TrimFix adhesive well before use. This will ensure that the adhesive is properly mixed and ready to use.
Hold the can of TrimFix adhesive about 6-8 inches away from the surface you will be bonding. Spray a thin, even layer of adhesive onto the surface.
Once the adhesive has been applied, let it sit for about 30 seconds to allow it to become tacky. This will help the carpet to adhere better to the surface.
Carefully lay the four way stretch van lining carpet onto the surface, making sure to smooth out any wrinkles or creases.
Use a roller or a heavy object to apply pressure to the carpet, ensuring that it is bonded securely to the surface.
Allow the adhesive to dry completely before using the van. This will typically take about 24 hours.
By following these steps, you can easily use the glue to bond four way stretch van lining carpet to any surface. This adhesive is a reliable and durable choice for any van lining project.
One 500ml can typically provides coverage for an area of about 2 square meters, depending on the thickness of the adhesive layer applied. It is important to use a thin, even layer of adhesive for the best results, as applying too much adhesive can lead to excess residue and a less effective bond.
It is always a good idea to have extra adhesive on hand, especially if you are working on a large van lining project. This will ensure that you have enough adhesive to complete the job without running out halfway through.
It is also worth noting that the coverage of the adhesive may be affected by factors such as the surface being bonded, the ambient temperature, and the humidity. If you are working in a hot or humid environment, you may need to use more adhesive to achieve a secure bond.