Mixing ratio (by volume): 50 : 1 UP hardener paste PR 8590
For removing imperfections in the substrate and filling repaired surfaces and edges. Can be used for all interior fittings, including kitchen and bath.
- Good coverage and build
- universally usable
- For the automotive industry
- Can be sanded to a powder
Substrate sanding grits from-to
180 – 220
Intermediate lacquer sanding (grits) from-to
320 – 400 Fladder or brushes
Comments on sanding
The quality and uniformity of the substrate and lacquer sanding are crucial to the final surface quality. After sanding, remove dust as prescribed.
Apply one to two coats with hand trowel on prepared substrate. Allow the putty layer to dry thoroughly. After successful intermediate sanding, the next layer of putty can be applied. Attention: do not add more material than can be applied properly in 5 minutes!
- Please note the latest version of the Safety Data Sheet!
Exotic woods such as macassar or knotty pine with an extremely high resin content must be prime with suitable isolating primers (e.g. PU Isolating primer DG 4720-0001). The lowest amounts of peroxide residue in the dry putty layer could trigger a chemical reaction with certain PU lacquers, creating a yellow-brown discolouration. Therefore, only use peroxide-containing lacquer systems to coat the putty layer!