Primerless Urethanes

April 26, 2016
by Bob Beranek

by Bob Beranek

“As I was reading a recent post on the™/AGRR™ magazine Forum, I was drawn to a discussion about primerless urethanes. I believe that primerless urethane has a place in the automotive glass technician’s truck or tool box, but as a trainer I don’t typically recommend it as an everyday urethane in the field. Why? Because a primerless urethane requires perfect cleaning and prepping of the glass, and conditions may not always allow for perfection.”


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