MagniBond Black is getting a new look! Effective November 2014 Delta Kits MagniBond Resin will be packaged in black plastic bottles with glass droppers. The same great MagniBond resin will be appearing in bold black bottles. The bottles may be new, but the inside is the same MagniBond resin that customers know and trust. This video demonstrates how to use the plastic bottles with the glass droppers and how much resin to use for each repair.
Windshield repair resins come in a variety of colors, viscosities and qualities but most have one thing in common; they contain acrylic acid. Acrylic acid can cause a sensitivity to windshield repair resins. Acrylic acid etches the glass to provide maximum adhesion. Because the number one goal of windshield repair is to restore the structural integrity of the glass, the resin’s ability to bond with the glass is crucial.
So, while acrylic acid is a key ingredient in most top of the line windshield repair resins, like all acids it is important to follow proper safe handling procedures. If you get resin on your equipment or a customer’s windshield wipers, upholstery or paint job, it may cause damage. Acid-based resins may also cause skin irritation if handled irresponsibly. In fact, in rare cases, individuals may develop a hyper-sensitivity to acrylic acid after repeated exposure to the chemical. If left untreated, hyper-sensitivity can lead to a burning sensation or open sores.
Nitrile Gloves and Sensitivity to Windshield Repair Resins
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