3M™ Tape Primer 94 can be used to improve the overall adhesion of tape, film and vinyl graphics to polyethylene, polypropylene, ABS, PET/PBT blends, concrete, wood, glass, metal and painted metal surfaces.
- Promotes adhesion to polyethylene, polypropylene, ABS, PET/PBT blends and other on difficult to stick to substrates
- Commonly used for increasing adhesion of film and vinyl graphics in automotive detailing
- Can be applied with brush or swab for small areas and a pressurized flow gun for larger areas
- Dries to a clear finish
- Cleans up with isopropyl alcohol
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What is 3M™ Tape Primer 94 made of?
The 3M™ Tape Primer 94 is a solvent-based primer which contains heptane, acetone, isopropyl alcohol and methyl ethyl ketone.
Can this tape primer be used on any surface?
Yes, the product can be applied to a range of different surfaces including paints, metals, plastics and rubbers so it has versatile applications.
. How much coverage can I expect from one bottle or can of this product?
. One half pint (or approximately 236 ml) bottle provides enough primer for up to a maximum of 375 square feet depending on the porosity of the surface you plan to use it on.
For optimal results, ensure that the surface is clean and dry before applying a thin, uniform coat of 3M™ Tape Primer 94. It is important to use the minimum amount of product necessary, as over-application can lead to sub-optimal results. The primed surface must remain free from contaminants before applying the tape. Allow the primer to dry completely, which usually takes about 5 minutes at room temperature, before applying the tape. If the surface is porous, it may require two applications for uniform coverage and good adhesion. Allow the first application of primer to dry before applying a second coat.Recommended Applications
- Promote adhesion of 3M™ VHB™ Tape
- For use on many plastic, rubber, painted and bare metal substrates
3M™ Tape Primer 94 can be applied using a brush, swab, pressurized flow gun, knurled roller, or similar type of equipment. It can be removed with isopropyl alcohol, although vigorous scrubbing may be required.