Materials Commonly Used By:
"A Perfect Surface Repair"
Statement No. 1001
We wish to assure all that we have never had a problem with anyone ever becoming sick or having
an allergic reaction from any of the materials we commonly use. Our finishes are much like the
finishes used on cars, boats, bathtubs, household appliances, furniture, and other items already in
homes, schools, or at your place of work. We have been regularly using most of these materials
since 1966. Still, for current ethical and legal purposes, we furnish the following information:
WARNING! IF ANY ARE KNOWN TO HAVE SEVERE ASTHMA, OR ANY OTHER
CHEMICAL ALLERGIC REACTION SENSITIVITY, IT IS BEST TO STAY OUT OF THE REPAIR
AREA UNTIL THE FUMES DISSAPATE (about 48 hours).
The following are chemicals/materials/compounds that are commonly used in the “A Perfect Surface
Repair” processes. Any of them may be present and found in very small amounts at the time one of
our repairs is in progress. However, the typical repair only requires one or two thimbles full of any
given chemical or compound. The material groups and compounds we regularly use are:
For proprietary reasons we do not divulge the specific materials used with, or that go into any one
given repair type.
U-V Catalyzed Components