DIRECTIONS FOR USE (GAL/QT):
Carefully read all cautions and instructions before use. Protect hands with solvent resistant gloves and eyes with safety glasses. Shake thoroughly and filter before each use to secure uniform mixture. Looks hazy, dries clear.
New flexible and rigid bumpers and other plastic exterior/interior parts: Clean thoroughly with Bulldog Abrasive Bumper Cleaner. Rinse completely with water and let the part dry. Apply 2 to 3 coats of Bulldog Bond•Flex•Tie Coat, allowing it to flash 2 to 3 minutes between coats. Apply finish color coat wet on wet.
Edging and ground effects repainting: For edging new parts, no sanding is required. Clean the area to be painted with Auto Prep and blow off the excess solvent and dust. Apply 2 medium coats of Bulldog B•F•T Coat wet on wet, let it flash 2 to 3 minutes and spray color coat.
For ground effects, remove dust and grease with Bulldog Abrasive Bumper Cleaner. Rinse thoroughly with water and let the part dry. Apply 2 medium coats of Bulldog B•F•T Coat wet on wet, let it flash 2 to 3 minutes and spray color coat.
Overall Refinishing, including rubber and plastic body parts: After applying primer to all bare metal and body filler areas, sand entire area to be repainted with DA orbital sander using 320 grit or finer sandpaper. Apply 2 to 3 medium coats of Bulldog B•F•T Coat wet on wet. Allow 10 minutes flash time after final coat of Bulldog B•F•T Coat before applying color coat. If any type of plastic surface is involved in the repair area and color coat or clear top coat require flexibility, up to 1/3 Bulldog B•F•T Coat can be used in the mix ratio with color or clear.
Spot and panel repair: After application of primer to all bare metal and body filler areas, sand all areas to be repainted with 320 grit or finer sandpaper. Apply 2 medium coats of Bulldog B•F•T Coat allowing it to flash 2 to 3 minutes between coats and before applying color. To add flexibility to the color and clear coat, follow directions from the above section.
Sanding Bulldog Bond•Flex•Tie Coat: Normally Bulldog B•F•T Coat should not require sanding, but should the need arise, allow 30 to 60 minutes drying time before wet sanding with 400 grit or finer sandpaper.
Cleanup: All tools and spills should be cleaned immediately with lacquer thinner. Care should be taken to keep lacquer thinner away from freshly finished surfaces.
NOTE: To ensure compatibility of Bulldog with enamel paints, mix a small amount of Bulldog with the paint to see if it curdles or clabbers. If this occurs, Bulldog should not be mixed with this paint system. However, it can still be used as an adhesion promoter and sealer if sufficient time (approx. 30 minutes) is allowed to flash off before applying the enamel base coat.
Directions For Use (Aerosol):
For best results apply at temperature above 60°F and away from direct sunlight and strong breezes.
For best results, first clean all areas to be painted with Klean-Strip PrepAll Wax & Grease Remover. Then, thoroughly clean with Bulldog Abrasive Cleaner. Rinse completely with water and let the part dry. When repairing peeling painted surfaces, all loose and peeling paint must be removed. To blend repaired areas with the original paint, sand the surface and the surrounding paint with 400 or finer grit sand paper until a smooth junction is attained. If the paint chips while sanding, it may be necessary to strip and repaint the entire part.
Shake gently for at least one minute to secure a uniform mixture. Looks hazy, dries clear. Hold can in upright position approximately 12 inches from surface. Point arrow on button away from you and spray the surface to be painted with an even, light mist coat. Wait 3 to 5 minutes and apply a second light coat. Use steady,even strokes while spraying. Do not apply a single heavy coat of Bulldog for it may run. If Bulldog runs, remove immediately with lacquer thinner and reapply as directed above. When doing spot repairs, be sure to apply Bulldog to the surrounding blend-out areas. Bulldog can be painted with any solvent based spray paints within 5 to 10 minutes. Solvent based paints can be applied by a brush over Bulldog when Bulldog is tack free (in about 15 to 20 minutes).
After each use of Bulldog Adhesion Promoter, clean spray valve by turning can upside down and spraying until only gas comes out. Discard empty can in trash pick-up. Do not burn, incinerate or place in home garbage compactor. All tools should be cleaned immediately with lacquer thinner. Care should be taken to keep from exposing freshly painted surfaces to solvents.