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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Wax Spray -D 322 100 M2

Definition:
Wax Spray -D 322 100 M2-
Edition 01/2011
Product Description
Wax Spray -D 322 100 M2- is a long-term anti-corrosion agent. After drying, the product forms a light brown, wax-like film. Because of its hardness, the Wax Spray provides good protection against mechanical stress.
Wax Spray -D 322 100 M2- technical application information
Application
The material is primarily used in the vehicle area, but it is also used as temporary corrosion protection for tools and machines.
The Wax Spray does not corrode vehicle paint and adheres to almost all base surfaces.
  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.
Processing
Bring the Wax Spray to room temperature (16° to 20 °C (60.8° to 68 °F).
Briefly shake the spray can before using.
The surfaces that are to be treated (underbodies, wheel housings, insides of door) must dry and be free of grease and dust.
The Wax Spray is sprayed on evenly in cross coats at a distance of 20 to 30 cm.
  Caution
Do not spray onto the steering, engine, driveshaft, exhaust, catalytic converter and brake systems.
Technical Data
   
Base Wax mixture
Color Light brown/transparent
Film type Hard and wax-like
Density 0.735 g/cm³
Solids content 35.4 %
Flashpoint/Active agent 29 °C (84.2°F)
Flashpoint/Spray < -20
Recommended layer thickness 50 µm/wet
Drying time approximately 30 minutes
Heat stability 105 °C (221 °F)
Removability Mineral spirits
Processing temperature 16 to 20 °C (60.8 to 68 °F)
Propellant gas (Aerosol) Propane / Butane
Aerosol storage Cool and dry, < 50 °C (122 °F)
Hazard warning Highly flammable
Container 500 ml
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