Urethane Conditioner 1421-A is a water rinsable, solvent base conditioner that has been formulated to prevent two component (2K) clear coat overspray from bonding to various surfaces. The viscosity of the product has been adjusted to provide excellent vertical surface retention. The chemical composition of this formulation has been selected to provide the required surface protection while minimizing employee and environmental hazards.
Appearance: Thick, brown liquid
Viscosity: 2,400 – 3,200 cps
Specific Gravity: 0.89 – 0.92
Urethane Conditioner 1421-A can be sprayed or manually applied by brush. A uniform application will insure more consistent protection. The amount of material required will depend upon the area of use and anticipated amount of “2K” overspray. The “2K” urethane and 1421A is removed from the surface with an application of PC-47-LT-1 urethane paint stripper. The PC-47-LT-1 is allowed to penetrate the urethane and the conditioner, then rinsed with either high or low pressure water. In cases of severe build-up, higher water pressure rinses will yield better results.
Contains no chlorinated solvent
Easy to apply
Note: The above information and recommendations concerning this product are based upon our laboratory tests and field use experience with this or similar products. However, since conditions of actual use are beyond our control, any recommendations or suggestions are made without warranty, express or implied. Manufacturer’s and seller’s sole obligation shall be to replace that portion of the product shown to be defective. Neither shall be liable for any loss, damage, or injury, direct or consequential, arising out of the use of this product. The information presented herein is our interpretation of certain test results and field experience to date. This information is not to be taken as warranty or representation for which we assume legal responsibility, nor as permission or recommendation to practice any patented invention without a license. It is offered solely for your consideration, investigation and verification.