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SKU: MON-05-T2200


Montana - Polystyrene Primer - T2200 - 400ml

The Montana POLYSTYRENE PRIMER is ideal for sealing and preparing polystyrene and styrofoam based materials for the efficient application of further colour coats. The POLYSTYRENE PRIMER assists in adhesion, maximizes coverage of further coatings, seals porous surfaces and resists against agitation of further solvent based coatings when all surface holes are covered.

Montana Polystyrene Primer

The Montana PLASTIC PRIMER also increases the durability of polystyrene/styrofoam surfaces once coated. Due to the varied chemical make-up of polystyrene, we suggest
trialling on a non-visible area of your material to test for compatibility. You can apply any Montana-Cans colour TECH or EFFECT spray over the POLYSTYRENE PRIMER once it has dried and cured. Montana POLYSTYRENE PRIMER will increase the intensity and longevity of the coatings applied over it.

Curing time is 24 or more hours depending on ambient temperature and moisture levels. The Montana POLYSTYRENE PRIMER is a beige/brown coloured, matte coating, in a Nitro-Combi based composition which achieves a relatively neutral colour base for the application of any of the Montana GOLD, Montana BLACK or Montana WHITE colour range. Smooth, even application is effortless thanks to the Montana FLAT JET Medium cap which is standard on the can. To vary the spray application, why not try the Montana FLAT JET WIDE, the FAT CAP GOLD/BLACK or any of the Montana LEVEL 1-3 caps.

Remember to keep your polystyrene projects away from extreme heat or flames. Ensure all surfaces are completely sealed and air holes closed coated. The rougher
and more air holes the substrate has, the more coats of POLYSTYRENE PRIMER required for complete protection against further solvent based colour coatings.

Polystyrene Primer Application

USE: Apply primer in several thin layers spraying before the previous coat is fully dry, but with 1 or 2 minutes between each pass. Further coats might require a drying time of 24 hours or more depending on substrate.
Always test spray on a non-visible area to check compatibility of lacquer or paint. For optimal lifespan, store cans always with the nozzle on.