1. Surface preparation: surfaces should be structurally sound and free of dirt, oil, release agents and other residues. Do not apply types 1 or 2 to damp or wet surfaces.
2. Tooling: exposed beads may be tooled by dipping finger in soapy water. Let finger "float" lightly over the lumps to smooth the bead out.
3. Repair: repair of previously applied material may be done at any time. Newly applied pave tech adhesive will actually weld itself to the previously applies material.
4. Sealing: must cure 30 days before applying any sealer; otherwise the surface will remain tacky for two weeks or more, depending on temperature.
5. Cleaning: surfaces, tools and hands may be cleaned with pave tech's cleaning solvent, orange-based cleaners, mineral spirits, or paint thinner. (if using mineral spirits or paint thinner, be sure to wash your hands with soap to remove residual cleaning solvent.
6. Storage: if there is product left over when finished, wrap the entire nozzle in saran plastic wrap. (note: polyethylene wraps will not keep the adhesives from curing in the nozzle. Saran plastic wrap works best.)