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AQUAMENDï¿½ is a hand-mixable, specialty epoxy putty that mixes in just one minute for repairs to damp, wet areas and underwater applications. It may be applied under water in either fresh or salt water and will bond tenaciously to many substrates such as fiberglass, metal, wood, concrete, ceramics, glass, etc. When applying AQUAMENDï¿½ to damp, wet, or immersed areas it is necessary to work the material forcefully into the surface and apply pressure until adhesions begins to take effect. In immersed applications, AQUAMENDå¨Ûªs cure rate is dependent upon the temperature of the water just as it is affected by the air temperature in non-immersed applications. The lower the temperature the longer it takes to cure. AQUAMENDï¿½ comes in a handy four-ounce "tootsie roll" form with the curing agent encapsulated in the contrasting color base material. The putty-like consistency eliminates drips and runs, providing "no mess" applications with no tools required for use. AQUAMENDï¿½ has 100% solids content, will not shrink, and is water insoluble. The mixed epoxy turns from an aquamarine color to "fiberglass white" after mixing and will not yellow upon exposure to U.V. After final cure AQUAMENDï¿½ may be drilled, sawed, sanded, filed, tapped, machined, or painted. Basic Uses - After proper mixing, AQUAMENDï¿½ molds like clay and may be used to patch dings, scratches, cuts, gouges, and holes in fiberglass, metal, and wooden boat decks and hulls; to repair fittings, pipes, electrical connections, leaking gaskets, water tanks, fish boxes, tubs, battery cases, sinks, spas, hot tubs, tanks, pools; to form custom gaskets, etc. AQUAMENDï¿½ in an excellent adhesive when making repairs with fiberglass tape. AQUAMENDï¿½ is ideal for making emergency in-water repairs. The unused portion will remain stable for years if stored in its container at room temperature. NO BOAT SHOULD BE WITHOUT AQUAMENDï¿½. Color - "Fiberglass" white color after cure. Packaging - AQUMENDï¿½ is packed in a reusable clear plastic tube with a plastic friction top.