Cleaning and Maintenance Instructions for Lexan ® MR10 Sheet.

The proprietary UV-resistant surface treatment of Lexan MR10 sheet significantly improves long-term performance. Periodic cleaning using procedures and compatible cleaners is recommended to prolong service life. For general cleaning, it is recommended to prolong service life. For general cleaning, it is recommended that the following instructions and cleaning agents be used.

 

Cleaning procedures

  1. Wash sheet with a mild soap or detergent and lukewarm water
  2. Using a soft cloth or sponge, gently wash the sheet to loosen dirt and grime and rinse well with clean water
  3. To prevent water spotting, thoroughly dry with chamois or cellulose sponge.
  4. Avoid the use of abrasive cleaners, squeegees, and/or other cleaning implements that may mar or gouge the coating.

 

Cleaning agents which have been found to be compatible with Lexan ® MR sheet under Laboratory conditions.

 

-Aqueous Solutions of Soap and Detergent

Top Job2

Joy2

Fantastik3

Mr. Clean2

Formula 4094

 

2 Registered Trademarks of Proctor & Gamble.

3  Registered Trademark of Texize, Division of Norton Norwich Products Inc.

4 Registered Trademark of the Clorox Company.

 

-Organic Solvents

Butyl Cellosolve

Kerosene

Naphtha (VM&P) grade

Hexcel, F.O. 554

Neleco-Placer

Turco 5042

 

-Alcohols

Methanol and Isopropyl Alcohol

 

All residual organic solvents should be removed with a secondary rinse.

 

Graffiti Removal

(A)    Butyl Cellosolve (for removal of paints, marking pen inks, lipstick, etc.).

The use of masking tape, adhesive tape or lint removal tools works well for lifting off old weathered paint.

(B)    To remove labels, stickers, etc., the use of kerosene or VM&P naphtha is generally effective.

When the solvent will not penetrate sticker material, apply heat (hair dryer) to soften the adhesive and promote removal.
Article Title:
Cleaning and Maintenance Instructions for Lexan ® MR10 Sheet.
Article Summary:
For general cleaning, it is recommended that the following instructions and cleaning agents be used.
Article Date:
12/1/2009
Article ID:
853
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