D305 Aqua Stick Epoxy Repair Putty Waterproof Permanent Repair


D305 Aqua-Stick Epoxy Repair Putty is a hand-kneadable putty that provides permanent repairs on damp, wet, and underwater surfaces. It bonds to various substrates and can be applied in fresh or salt water. Aqua-Stick is easy to use and offers a mess-free application with no tools required. Once cured, it can be drilled, filed, painted, and more.

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D305 Aqua-Stick Epoxy Repair Putty is a versatile and convenient solution for repairing damp, wet, and underwater surfaces. This hand-kneadable putty mixes in just one minute to provide permanent repairs on a variety of materials, including fibreglass, metal, wood, concrete, ceramics, and glass. It can even be applied in fresh or salt water and has excellent adhesion to a wide range of substrates.

One of the key benefits of Aqua-Stick is its ease of use. It comes in a handy rod form with the curing agent encapsulated in the contrasting colour base material, and has a putty-like consistency that eliminates drips and runs. This makes it a mess-free option that requires no tools to use. Aqua-Stick has a 100% solids content, will not shrink, and is insoluble in water, ensuring a strong and durable repair. Once cured, it can be drilled, sawn, tapped, filed, sanded, and painted, making it suitable for a wide range of repair tasks.

Aqua-Stick is suitable for a variety of repair tasks in and around the home. It can be used to patch dents, scratches, cuts, gouges, and holes in fibreglass, metal, and wooden boat decks and hulls. It is also useful for repairing fittings, pipes, electrical connections, leaking gaskets, fuel tanks, fish boxes, tubs, battery cases, sinks, toilet basins, spas, hot tubs, and pools. In addition, Aqua-Stick is ideal for making emergency in-water repairs.

To use Aqua-Stick, it is important to ensure that the surfaces to be repaired are clean and free from grease and dirt. Scuffing or sanding the surface can also help to ensure a good bond. When mixing the putty, it is recommended to twist or cut off the required amount. If the material is cold, it may be difficult to mix, in which case it is advisable to warm it to room temperature. Once mixed, the putty should be applied to the surface to be repaired within 2 minutes. It is important to force the putty into any cracks or holes and remove excess material before it begins to harden. After 15-20 minutes, the epoxy will start to harden and form a tenacious bond. After 2-3 hours, it will be fully cured and ready to be drilled, sawn, carved, sanded, stained, or painted.

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Weight 0.499 kg