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sprayok, s. (2015). Benefits of Aerosol Adhesives. PHILICA.COM Observation number 93.

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Benefits of Aerosol Adhesives

sprayok sprayokunconfirmed user (Australian Catholic University)

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Adhesives packaged in aerosol forms areeasily portable andhandy. They have good bonding range depending on the quality of the product.


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One of the major benefits of using this adhesive is that it can be used just by the touch of a finger. The cans have adjustable nozzles to give controlled spraying that minimizes the wastage of the adhesives to a large extent. This also allows placing the adhesive at the exact location where application is required to be made. Lesser overspray also reduces the need for cleaning and wastage. Unlike the traditional cans, aerosols have the option of spraying upside down making sure that complete adhesive filled in the can is used up. Theseadhesives are used for bonding items like foam, plastic, paper, fabric etc.

For more information : http://www.ok2spray.com

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This Observation was published on 17th June, 2015 at 11:18:50 and has been viewed 2891 times.

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