Manufacturer: Rawlins Paints
A specially formulated blend of solvents designed to mix with 902 HD Cladding Paint and 902M HD Cladding Paint when using the products in warm conditions as a substitute for 905 Thinner to create an optimal consistancy for application whether it be for Brush, Roller or Spray.
906 Thinner is a specially formulated blend of solvents designed to mix with 902 HD Cladding Paint and 902M HD Cladding Paint when using the products in warm conditions as a substitute for 905 Thinner to create an optimal consistency for application whether it be for Brush, Roller or Spray. 906 Thinner can also be used for the cleaning of some surfaces prior to application of the coating and/or cleaning of the application tools such as Brushes, Rollers and Spray Equipment.
Please read all relevant data sheets on this thinner and the coating you are intending to use it with to check for compatibility, volume ratios and application suggestions. If you are unsure please contact our Technical Team on 0113 2455450.
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