Latex Disc Cement

Both Freeman Latex Disc Cement and Master Disc Cement are specifically formulated for securing paper and cloth-backed abrasives to any disc sanding machine. They simplify the work involved when changing abrasive discs. Both are fast drying and easy to use.

Six Easy Steps For Application:
1. Clean both surfaces to be bonded and make sure steel disc is free of grease.
2. Brush Freeman Latex Disc Cement onto both the abrasive backing and steel disc.
3. Allow Freeman Latex Disc Cement to dry (10-30 min.) before applying abrasive.
4. Align edges of abrasive disc to steel disc and apply carefully.
5. Roll down abrasive disc from the center outward.
6. Trim the excess abrasive from the outside diameter of the disc.

Catalog Number Description   Qty  
025505 Freeman Latex Disc Cement - Quart
025510 Master Disc Cement - Quart (Dark Gray)

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