Why do we suggest you use a liquid adhesive rather than a spray adhesive

Why do we suggest you use a liquid adhesive rather than a spray adhesive

Have you ever wondered why using a liquid adhesive is more appropriate than a spray? Well, recently we’ve had a few enquiries as to why we don’t supply a spray like our competitors. This is how our kit works in a completely different way…

  1. Our bath repair kit is made from two specialised different materials which ensure lasting durability after the repair solution has applied to your acrylic bath or shower tray. Our kit consists of part 1, (a viscous liquid adhesive mixture and an acrylic polymer syrup dissolved in a monomer) and part 2, (a liquid catalyst solution). When these two parts are mixed together they polymerise (harden) and then can be applied to your damaged area for the magic to happen. 
  2. Part 1 of our specialised formulation consists of a unique colour pigment, European White, Lucite 1W28. Current fashion trends have led to this colour being made to 95% of baths in the UK and Europe. So this means almost definitely that our bath repair kit will create an invisible finish for you! But do not worry if your bath happens to be a different colour we have over 40 other shades that we can uniquely match to your bath colour to create a perfect finish! What this mean to you is that the damage repair and colour match is happening both at the same time. Rather than repairing your damage one day and spraying the colour over the top the next day. 
  3. Another fantastic aspect of our bath repair kit is that you can complete a repair on your damage from start to finish in less than a day! You can then use your bath again to your hearts content!

And there you have it! Three unique ways in which our bath repair kit is completely different to other kits on the market. Hopefully this will have informed you thoroughly enough to make your decision but if there are any other queries please contact us.

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