PSI Aquamend 4oz Tube

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AquaMend Epoxy Putty Stick is a hand-kneadable, fast-setting, fiberglass-reinforced polymer compound for permanent repairs to many surfaces including fiberglass, concrete, glass, ceramics, metals, wood, and many plastics. This underwater repair epoxy putty comes in a handy "Tootsie-roll®" form with the curing agent encapsulated in the contrasting color base material.

How to use:
 
Before applying, roughen and clean area to be repaired. Wear impermeable gloves before handling or mixing uncured material. Then follow these easy steps.
Cut off required amount of AquaMend
1. Cut off required amount.
Mix AquaMend to uniform color.
2. Mix to uniform color
with gloved fingers.
Apply AquaMend to repair surface
3. Apply to repair surface
within 10 minutes.

AquaMend has a 20 to 30 minute worklife. Functional cure occurs in 60 minutes. Cured color is off-white. If color is critical, test before applying. AquaMend can be sanded and painted to match any surface color. AquaMend is not intended for structural applications.

 
Benefits:
   
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Can be applied underwater.  

         •   Putty-like consistency eliminates drips and runs for a "no mess" application.
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No tools required for use.

         •   One hour after application can be drilled, sawed, sanded, filed, tapped, machined, and painted.

 

Typical applications:
 
Make underwater pool repairs with AquaMend
Make underwater pool repairs.
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Repair cracks in spas, hot tubs, pools, etc.

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Patch dings, scratches, cuts and gouges in fiberglass, metal and wooden boat decks and hulls.

         •   Rebuild body damage to surfboards, jet skis and other marine recreational equipment.
         •   Seal leaks in water tanks.
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Form custom gaskets.

         •   Repair loose or cracked wall or floor tiles.

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