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SEM Releases SOP for Refinishing Support Parts, Cut-Ins and Jambs

The SOP and accompanying video lists four steps to take for refinishing support parts, cut-ins and jambs to reduce labor up to 85 percent.

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SEM announced it has released a standard operating procedure (SOP) and an accompanying video for refinishing support parts, cut-ins and jambs to reduce labor up to 85 percent.

The four-step SOP is as follows:

  1. PREP – Clean with SEM Solve or XXX Universal Surface Cleaner. Wipe Clean in one direction with dry, lint-free cloth. Scuff with P320 grit or gray scuff pad. Blow off and wipe with track rag if needed.
  2. EZ COAT – Choose appropriate Ez Coat color. Apply 1 coat until hiding. Flash time achieved while moving across larger parts. NOTE: Smaller parts may require one to two minutes to properly flash.
  3. FACTORY PACK – Choose appropriate Factory Pack color. Apply one coat until hiding. Flash time achieved while moving across larger parts. NOTE: Smaller parts may require one to two minutes to properly flash.
  4. 1K CLEAR – Choose 1K HS Clear or 1K HS Semi-Gloss Clear. Apply one coat until covered. Allow 30 to 60 minutes before assembly or installation.

 

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