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HB6903 hydraBOND® Automotive Attachment Acrylic Tape 7\8” X 20 YD\V X 0.45

hydraBOND® Automotive Attachment Acrylic Tape

Note:Surfaces should be at least 16℃C(60°F).
Suggested Repair Procedure:

1. Remove previous tape from part and vehicle.

2. Clean part and vehicle with General Purpose Cleaner and then with isopropyl alcohol.

3. Apply CB+Plus Automotive Adhesion Promoter HB6711 to the back side of all plastic trim prior to tape application.

4. Apply hydraBOND® attachment tape to part. Remove release liner, being careful not to touch or contaminate the surface of the exposed adhesive.

5. Firmly roll down or rub down part to reattach to vehicle.

NOTE: Refer to the manufacturer's SDS when handling solvents, cleaners, chemicals, etc. hydraBOND® warrants that each hydraBOND® product meets the applicable hydraBOND® product specification at the time hydraBOND® ships the product. hydraBOND® MAKES NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR
CONDITION OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. If the hydraBOND® product does not conform to this warranty, the sole and exclusive remedy is, at hydraBOND®'s option, replacement of the hydraBOND® product or refund of the purchase price. Limitation of Liability:Except where prohibited by law, hydraBOND® will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from the hydraBOND® product, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential, regardless of the legal theory asserted. Limitation of Liability:Except where prohibited by law, hydraBOND® will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from the hydraBOND® product, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential,regardless of the legal theory asserted.
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