|Working Life:||60 min|
|Full Cure Time:||24 hr|
|Package Size:||3 fl oz|
|Materials Bonded/Sealed:||Wood; Fiberglass|
|Application:||Moldings; Fiberglass Deck to Fiberglass Hull; Deck Fittings; Between Struts and Planking; Wood to Fiberglass; Trunk Joints; Stern Joints; Portholes|
|Cleanup Method:||Cured Sealant Can Be Removed Mechanically With a Knife; or By Sanding; Razor Blade|
|Dry-to-Touch Time:||120 min|
|Function:||Bonding & Sealing|
|Hardness:||60 Shore A|
|Materials Bonded/Sealed ORIGINAL:||Wood; Gelcoat; Fiberglass|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||190 ° F|
|Minimum Operating Temperature:||-40 ° F|
|Paintable After Cure:||No|
|Recommended Surface Preparation for Metals:||Sanding|
|Recommended Surface Preparation for Plastics:||Sanding|
|Recommended Surface Preparation for Rubbers:||Sanding|
|Resistance Properties:||Watertight; Weather-Resistant|
|Tensile Strength:||700.0 psi|
|VOC Content Weight:||40.0 g/L|
|VOC Content Weight Percentage:||3.0 %|
Compliance and Restrictions
- Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
Country Of Origin
About Construction Caulk & Sealants
These thick, paste-like compounds bond common construction materials together to fill gaps and surface imperfections in order to seal out moisture, debris, and air.
Also known as marine adhesives, these weather-resistant sealants maintain flexibility both above and below the waterline to handle vibration, swelling, and shrinking.