Safety Guidelines for HH-66 Vinyl Cement

When you mend vinyl with HH-66, practice basic safety precautions.

Quick fixes still deserve precautions.

If you’re working with a solvent-based vinyl cement like HH-66, you’re working with a powerful chemical. That means even the simplest repairs warrant basic safety measures and a reasonable degree of care.

Below are a few guidelines for working with HH-66 Vinyl Cement. For details, please review the HH-66 Safety Data Sheet before you begin your repair.

Protect Your Skin and Eyes

Protect Your Skin and Eyes

Keep HH-66 away from eyes, hair and skin. Wear protective gloves and goggles, and consider protective clothing that covers arms and legs. If you make contact with HH-66, remove contaminated clothing and rinse the affected area cautiously with water for several minutes.

Protect Your Insides

Protect Your Insides

HH-66 may be harmful if ingested or inhaled. Work somewhere with good ventilation, or wear respiratory protection. Don’t eat, drink or smoke while making your repairs. If you ingest or inhale HH-66, move to a well-ventilated area and remain in a resting position. Contact Poison Control or seek medical attention if you feel unwell.

Guard Against Fire Risk

Guard Against Fire Risk

HH-66 is highly flammable. Keep away from heat, flame and sparks. Make sure you and your work area are properly grounded.

Store Carefully

Store Carefully

Tightly close open containers of HH-66 and store in a cool, dry place. Do not freeze.

Dispose of Properly

Dispose of Properly

Dispose of HH-66 according to local, state and federal HAZMAT regulations.

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