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TotalBoat Underwater Repair Epoxy is a must-have for your boat's emergency repair toolkit. This versatile 2-part epoxy putty stops leaks, fills voids, & patches holes in fiberglass, aluminum, steel, wood, and concrete surfaces including hulls, seawalls, decks, docks, concrete barriers and pilings, and much more. It also cures underwater, & even underway.
Cured putty resists abrasion and impacts, and prevents further metal corrosion, or wood and concrete erosion. If the repair is below the waterline, cured putty can be overcoated with TotalBoat TotalProtect or 2-Part Epoxy Primer before overcoating with antifouling paint.
Available in 2-Pint, 2-Quart, and 2-Gallon Kits for repair jobs of different sizes. Kit includes 1 pr. of latex gloves.
Not for use in potable water, & once cured, is not sandable.
|TB-6667-K||2-Pint Kit||1 pint Part A resin, 1 pint Part B hardener|
|TB-6666-K||2-Quart Kit||1 quart Part A resin, 1 quart Part B hardener|
|TB-6665-K||2-Gallon Kit||1 gallon Part A resin, 1 gallon Part B hardener|
|Mix Ratio||1 part Part A resin to 1 part Part B hardener|
|Mixing Method||By hand (wear tight-fitting gloves) or using a putty knife|
|Color (Admixed)||Dark green|
|Application Temperature||Above 50°F|
|Application Method||By hand (wear tight-fitting gloves) or using a putty knife|
|Application Thickness||Spread thoroughly mixed putty smoothly onto a clean surface at a thickness of approximately 1/8'' to 1/4''|
|Time to Begin Firming||Approximately 2 hours @ 70°F|
|Time to Achieve Full Cure||6-8 hours @ 70°F—in air or underwater|
|Suitable for Use in Potable Water?||NO|
|Suitable for Sanding and/or Painting?||NO|
|Usage||Use above, at, or below the waterline|
September 21, 2020
I used this to repair a crack (on the lower step) of my pool steps (fiberglass). So far, so good. I thought the final color was white. It's not, it's gray. Might have to apply another "coat" to totally seal the crack because I think it's still leaking. Haven't done it yet as the pool is now too cold to get in to do the final application. Will update after the final repair. But....it appears to work as planned.
July 6, 2020
I use this fix cracks in in-ground pools.
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