Degreasing plastic parts is essential to ensure a clean and even surface that is ready for subsequent processing. By removing grease, dirt and oils, you create a good base for paint, lacquering or other types of coatings, which contributes to better adhesion and a more attractive result.
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Degreasing of plastic
Degreasing plastic in connection with car painting, there is often a special focus on making the surface antistatic. This is because plastic surfaces tend to attract and hold onto dust particles and other small contaminants that can affect the quality and appearance of the paint.
Avoid dust and impurities
Removing static electricity from plastic is important to avoid the attraction of dust and impurities, as well as to ensure an even application of paint or surface treatment. There are several methods of removing static electricity from plastic surfaces
Degreasers with antistatic properties
In order to achieve an antistatic surface, special degreasers containing antistatic properties can be used. These degreasers are formulated to remove grease, dirt and oils from the plastic surface while reducing static electricity. By making the surface antistatic, the risk of dust particles or other contaminants sticking to the plastic surface during the painting process is reduced. This helps ensure a smoother and flawless paint finish.
Ionization is a method where ions are generated and applied to the plastic surface to neutralize the static charge. This can be achieved using an ionizer that emits positive and negative ions and neutralizes the charge of the surface. Ionization can be an effective method of removing static electricity from plastics. The solution is more expensive, but often more effective and especially if degreasing plastic is part of your process at the workshop. Take a closer look at our IONSTAR.