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MAS Fast Epoxy Hardener
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MAS Fast Epoxy Hardener Gallon size
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will it cure at 60 Degres?

Asked on 03/12/2014 by Undisclosed

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Yes, I've built 5 boats in an unheated garage on Cape Cod in the winter. It just takes a little longer to set up and cure at the lower temps.

Answered on 03/12/2014 by WILLIAM STIRLING
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Yes it cures fine in 60 degrees. I live in Seattle and did work outside with the temps between 55-60.

Answered on 03/12/2014 by BARRETT BLAKESLEY

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Yes, Mas Hardeners will cure at 60F. However, pot life and cure times will be extended noticeably at this lower temp. But don't get used to it. For as seasonal ambient rises,pot life will fall relative to the increase, as the mercury reaches the ideal 70-72F. And at the ideal, be prepared to work quickly, as pot life won't wait for you!

Answered on 03/12/2014 by MARSHALL HOWARD

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yes. i have used it as low as 50 degrees

Answered on 03/13/2014 by TAYLOR SMITH

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Yes--the Fast hardener will cure at 60 degrees--not as fast as at higher temps but if you have cooler conditions the fast is the way to go (I built a rowing shell in a barn and basement which were seldom higher than 60). You can also mix in some fast hardener with the regular hardener if you want to speed things up a little. (actually the regular stuff will cure eventually at 60 or even 50 degrees--but it will take several days or more to cure solid).

Answered on 03/12/2014 by PAUL MEADE

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It'll cure at lower temperatures than that. Just takes longer.

Answered on 03/13/2014 by JOHN SENER

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NO. AT LEAST 75 DEG F. GREAT PROD. EASY TO USE. DOES NOT BOND WELL IN COLDER TEMPS. MY OPINION.

Answered on 03/12/2014 by RAYMOND WOOD

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I have used this product in colder temperatures but it's not ideal. Lower temperatures will require a couple days for the resin to fully cure. Even if you can put a space heater in the area it would be better than nothing. So, yes. But the warmer the better.

Answered on 03/12/2014 by MARK REIGELMAN
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