Are you scared and getting conflicting information when it comes to how to remove, paint, or safely seal mastics? Have you been considering, or worse yet, using soy gels for this? In this blog post, we will explore the nature of these problems, discuss the effectiveness of PerfectPrimer as a solution, and learn how to achieve the best results.
Understanding the Problems
Dealing with the aftermath of adhesives like asbestos mastic, black mastics, and failed soy gels can genuinely be a pain for homeowners and construction workers. As if the proven health risks weren’t bad enough, the removal of asbestos mastic and black mastics can be quite challenging and costly too.
And if you thought opting for a safer alternative, like soy gels, would have you covered, think again. Although they seem like the perfect environmentally friendly option, they often fall short when it comes to effectively removing those stubborn adhesives. In addition, it is
illegal by EPA regulations for anyone who is not a licensed abatement contractor to use soy gels or any mastic remover as these products re-emulsify the mastic and release pcb’s VOC’s and toxic carcinogens. So, the next time you dive into a renovation project, be prepared for the potential headaches that come along with neutralizing these problematic adhesives.
Say hello to PerfectPrimer
PerfectPrimer safely seals and primes difficult and dangerous substances such as asbestos mastic, black mastics, cutback glue, failed soy gels, and lead paint without disturbing them, and is the ultimate stain- and odor-blocking primer/sealer. This unique product eliminates the need for the removal of mastics by grinding or sanding, or expensive, messy, and dangerous treatments such as soy gels, mastic removers, and glue strippers. It is a Class “A” fire-rated latex bridging material as defined by the EPA guidelines for encapsulating asbestos-containing materials is a must when dealing with toxic materials.
The Advantages of Using PerfectPrimer
With PerfectPrimer, the frustrating grinding and sanding usually required for removing asbestos mastic and black mastics become a thing of the past, leading to a safer and cleaner work environment.
You also minimize the risk of coming into contact with harmful asbestos fibers since PerfectPrimer locks them down. And if you’ve got some failed soy gels to deal with, don’t worry – this remarkable product creates a barrier that stops new adhesives from getting contaminated by remaining residues and blocks the odors left behind by soy gels and asbestos mastic strippers..
How to Use PerfectPrimer
Start by making sure the surface is cleaned with their PerfectCleaner, or TSP, dry, and totally free of any grime that could cause a problem later on. Grab your roller, brush, or airless sprayer and apply two coats, six hours apart. After 24 hours, you can apply your choice of epoxy, latex paint, self-stick tiles, self-leveling cement, and more.
What Users Are Saying
Thousands of DIY and commercial customers over the past 22 years have made this their ultimate solution when dealing with hazardous substances like asbestos mastic, black mastics, and failed soy gels. Users are shocked by the hours, aches, and dollars they’ve saved while working on their renovation projects, all thanks to PerfectPrimer’s unmatched efficiency.
The cherry on top, however, has got to be the safety benefits that both construction workers and homeowners alike enjoy when using this incredible product. PerfectPrimer allows them to tackle hazardous asbestos mastic with confidence and peace of mind, knowing that they’re not putting themselves or others at risk.
PerfectPrimer has demonstrated its ability to simplify removal projects and reduce the health risks associated with hazardous materials. If you’re in need of asbestos mastic, black mastics, or failed soy gel solutions, PerfectPrimer is your best option. It’s easy to use with a straightforward application process, so you don’t have to worry about hiring an expert or experiencing a complicated project. Not only will it make the process painless, but it will also be more cost-effective than traditional methods.