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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Preserving Wax

Definition:
Preserving Wax -AKR 321 M15 4-
Preserving Wax -AKR 321 M16 10-
Edition 04/2009
Product Description
Preserving Wax -AKR 321 M15 4- and Preserving Wax -AKR 321 M16 10- are spray-on wax-based rust-protection agents.
After drying, a strongly adhesive, viscous plastic-like and waterproof film which is more or less colorless.
The flow point of the dry substance is over +100 °C (212 °F), meaning that running or dripping is unlikely even in the engine compartment.
The dry film adheres well to bare and painted surfaces.
Application Instructions
Application
Is used for the preservation of seams, surfaces and cavities in vehicles.
Its bright color makes it especially suitable for protecting the seams of the hood and in the luggage compartment.
The material is also preferred for treating the cleaned engine compartment.
Processing
  Note
Before starting to apply, it is necessary to read the safety measures and advice in the safety data sheet.
Even for products which are not required to be labeled by law, the usual safety measures must be observed for chemical emissions.
–  Thoroughly clean and dry the parts that are to be treated with preserving wax. Remove any rust.
–  Shake the can well before use. Spray on the preserving wax and let it dry. It should not be sprayed on visible exterior parts as the dry film has a matt appearance.
  Caution
When preserving the engine compartment of vehicles and motors of other equipment, the engines or motors should only be switched on after the protective wax film has been allowed to ventilate thoroughly. There is a danger of explosions due to evaporated solvents!
Technical Data
   
Color Transparent in thin coats
Odor Mild odor
Viscosity (DIN 53211, 4 mm) 12 to 14 seconds
Dropping point approximately 100 °C (212 °F)
Cleaning With turpentine, cold cleaner or kerosene
Processing temperature +15 °C to +30 °C (59° to 86 °F)
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