Shake can for a minimum of 2 minutes prior to use ensuring that the contents are fully mixed. A trial sample should be done prior to application to guarantee correct colour & sheen. Hold the can 10 - 20cm from surface to be sprayed, moving the can steadily in a straight line, overlapping slightly on each pass.
When spraying is complete, invert the can and spray briefly to clear the nozzle and valve.
If the nozzle is blocked when re-using :-
- Remove the nozzle and soak in solvent for several minutes and replace.
- Replace permanently blocked nozzles with a new nozzle and use as normal.
- Keep out of reach of children
- Avoid contact with skin and eyes
- Do not spray onto naked flame or incandescent material
- Avoid inhalation of vapour, particles and spray mist
- Where practicable this should be achieved by use of exhaust ventilation. If this is not sufficient to maintain particles and solvent vapour then suitable respiratory equipment must be used.
- Full aerosols are pressurised containers and should never be banged, thrown or crushed which may result in failure of the seals or cause explosion. (Further information is available from HMG Material Safety Data Sheets.)
- To prevent the creation of flammable concentrations of vapour in the air, good natural ventilation and, if necessary, exhaust ventilation should be provided
- Additionally, aerosols should only be used in areas which are free of naked flames and other sources of ignition (including unprotected electrical equipment)
- Pressurised containers should be stored away from all sources of heat to avoid the risk of explosion
- Good housekeeping standards and the regular and safe removal of empty containers will minimise risks
- Aerosols must never be punctured or incinerated, even when empty
- Disposal must be undertaken in line with current regulations set out by local authorities