Acetone and methyl-ethyl ketone are flammable and their vapors are
explosive. Prolonged or repeated inhalation of fumes on contact with
the skin can be toxic.
Use in a well ventilated area, wear gloves and
keep away from sparks or flame.
a. Scrape and pull off as much of the damaged
insulation as possible.
Soften the remaining insulation and adhesive
with acetone or MEK (Item 1 or 7 ,table D-1).
Repeat the softening and scraping process as
Clean up metal surface with a cloth moistened
in acetone or MEK.
Inspect for damage.
Repair or replace if damaged.
a. Cut a sheet of the proper insulating material
to correct shape.
Coat the attaching side with adhesive (Item 2,
table D-1) using a paint brush to ensure
c. Coat the metal with adhesive (Item 2 ,table
D-1) to which the insulation is to be attached.
Let both surfaces air-dry until the adhesive
becomes tacky but will not stick to the
Starting at one corner or at a narrow edge,
carefully bring the insulation into full
contact with the metal.
Press into firm contact all over.