Daige Speedcote 24.5" Wax Coater
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Daige Speedcote 24.5" Wax Coater

Part #: Speedcote24
Brand: Daige
  • 24.5" Coating Width.
  • Automatically warm up in 40 minutes
  • Applies a full adhesive wax coating in seconds (2 sec./ft)
  • No clean up, no maintenance at all
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Product Description

This Daige Speedcote 24.5" Wax Coater is a motorized roller coater that applies a full adhesive wax coating in 2 sec./ft. This wax coater has a coating width of up to 24.5", and automatically warm up in 40 minutes.

Working together with hot melt BB9 adhesive wax (sold separately), it provides a removable bond that will stick to just about any surface (including brick). The bond will adhere for as long as needed (years), and peels off easily from surface without damaging the surface. It never dries out so you can adhere your item at any time. After coating, it will not transfer to your fingers and not sticky.

Product Details

  • Features:
    • Automatically warm up in 40 minutes
    • Applies a full adhesive wax coating in seconds (2 sec./ft)
    • Will not effect heat sensitive media
    • No clean up, no maintenance at all
    • 24.5" Coating Width. (Also available in 12.5")
  • Great for:
    • Adhering paper media to any types of walls
    • Mounting media to boards
    • Traditional paste up work
  • Working together with BB9 Adhesive Wax Bars (Sold Separately):
    • Provides a removable bond
    • Will stick to just about any surface (including brick)
    • Will adhere for as long as needed (years)
    • Peels off easily from surface without damaging the surface
    • Never dries out so you can adhere your item at any time
    • After coating, will not transfer to your fingers and not sticky

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