Fevicol Heatx is a Heatproof fast setting adhesive with strong grab. It withstands upto 170 deg C and thus protects furniture under high heat conditions. It is ideal for use in lamination of curved, vertical and inner surfaces of furniture. High Heat resistance capacity up to 170 degree.
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1. Hazardous ingredients : Aromatic Solvents, Aliphatic hydrocarbons, Esters
2. Flash Point : 0° C to 4° C
3. Flammability : Flammable when exposed to heat or flame.
Fevicol Heatx Heatproof Adhesive is a heat-resistant product that can be used for heat sensitive surfaces and handy for use on plastics, glass, ceramics and other suitable materials. It is ideal for crafts and DIY projects as well as home improvement.
Fevicol Heatx is a Heatproof fast setting adhesive with strong grab. It withstands upto 170 deg C and thus protects furniture under high heat conditions. It is ideal for use in lamination of curved, vertical and inner surfaces of furniture.
INSIDE LAMINATIONS – One of the best usages of HeatX is for Andarwala laminate i.e. for inside lamination of cabinets & storages. No constant pressure & masking tape required Best for Inside Laminate of shutters. IDEAL – Ideal for Vertical applications.
You can spray oven cleaner on the fevicol and leave it to dry for a few minutes. Then use a putty knife to clean the rest. You can even apply alcohol or vodka on a cloth and spread it in a rotational movement over the fevicol. You should allow it to stay for an hour or two and then wipe the residue away.
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EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT – Bonds in 10-15 min Faster Completion of Carpentry. Faster Completion of work Faster Setting time 2 hrs and saves labour.
Fevicol Heatx is a new-age adhesive that derives its uniqueness from its high-heat resistance property