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3A SUPERSIV® Powder – CO2 Bubbles in Polyurethane Paint – Zeolite discussions

CO2 Bubbles in Polyurethane Paint

Author: Saul Edwards

If you are trying to remove CO2 bubbles from Polyurethane paint, then you will need to use a Zeolite Powder or a Zeolite Paste, such as 3A SUPERSIV Powder.

3A SUPERSIV Powder removes water from within your solvent-based 2-component Polyurethane formulation, and therefore stops the carbon dioxide bubbles from forming in the first place – so your problem is solved !

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