Expoxybond Pool Putty | 530318

SKU: 530318
Weight: 1 lbs
#530318 Epoxybond Epoxy Pool Putty, 14OZ
In-Store Price: $19.99
Price: $19.00
Expoxybond Pool Putty | 530318
Expoxybond Pool Putty | 530318
Product Details
#530318 Epoxybond Pool Putty, 14OZ
EPOXYBOND POOL PUTTY is a unique two-part, hand-moldable epoxy putty specially formulated for concrete or Gunite pool repairs. The convenient cartridge form provides a simple, equal mixing ratio (1 to 1). Just cut, mix and fix. There is no need to drain pools to repair leaks and cracks because EPOXYBOND POOL PUTTY hardens under water. Once cured, it will not shrink or sag.

Color: White
7 oz. (198 g.) cartridges Resin – White
7 oz. (198 g.) cartridges Hardener
COVERAGE: One 14 oz. set will cover approximately 11.7 cubic inches or .0067 cubic feet.

Under Water Repairs

Area to be repaired must be free of loose particles, slime and algae.
Mix equal amounts of Resin and Hardener thoroughly, above water, until putty is uniform in color.
For best adhesion, press putty firmly into areas requiring repair.
Above Water Repairs

Area to be repaired must be thoroughly cleaned.
Remove grease, loose particles and rust. For best adhesion, roughen surface with wire brush or sandpaper.
Mix equal amounts of Resin and Hardener thoroughly until putty is uniform in color.
For above water repairs, the putty can be contoured or smoothed by carefully rubbing with a wet sponge.
Note: It is important to apply EPOXYBOND POOL PUTTY at least 1/8” thick. After application, EPOXYBOND POOL PUTTY should not be disturbed until completely cured.

The setting of EPOXYBOND POOL PUTTY results from an exothermic reaction. Curing can be accelerated by applying an external heat source, such as a heat lamp or hair dryer. The greater the heat, the quicker the curing. Do not heat above 200oF (93oC).

60oF (16oC) 3-1/2 hr.
70oF (21oC) 2 hr.
80oF (27oC) 80 min.
90oF (32oC) 55-60 min.
100oF (38oC) 40-45 min.
120oF (49oC) 20-25 min.
Equipment should be cleaned with soap and warm water before the materials begin to set. Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK) or alcohol will have to be used after the material has begun to harden.