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MEK PVC Solvent

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MEK is a specialized solvent/thinner that can be used to prepare the surface of PVC and urethane materials before applying a patch, creating a stronger bond.
Flammable
  • MEK is a powerful organic solvent. We suggest using a protective fumes respirator, gloves and eye protection. Work in a well ventilated area.
  • When using MEK to prepare the surface of your PVC or urethane material, use it sparingly. Over application can dissolve and damage the material's coating.

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