System Three Silvertip Gel Magic Slow Cure Adhesive Kits
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System Three Silvertip Gel Magic Slow Cure Adhesive Kits

Silvertip Gel Magic is a two-part epoxy adhesive that will not sag or run. Designed for wood and other porous materials, Gel Magic components mix into a paste that is ready to be applied to vertical and overhead surfaces without sagging or otherwise making a mess. No more measuring fillers! GelMagic can be post-cured up to 140 degrees for even greater performance.

When fully cured, it is unaffected by water, oil, kerosene, and many other chemicals. It will not stain wood and is immune to fungus and rot.

Ideal for stitch and glue, plywood, strip built and glued lap strake construction. Gel Magic can also be used as a high strength, gap filling, waterproof adhesive for general woodworking and architectural applications. This particular adhesive is slow curing for longer set times, which can be beneficial in warmer climates.

 
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BRAND: System Three
Material: Epoxy
Type: Epoxy Adhesive
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The worst

By JT

from Massachusetts

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    • Difficult to Use
    • Ineffective
    • Messy

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      Comments about System Three Silvertip Gel Magic Slow Cure Adhesive Kits:

      This is the worst System Three product I have ever used in the 10 years in the 10 years I have been using their products, which up until now I have found superior. Gel Magic is near impossible to mix in the proper proportions due to the differences in viscosity between the resin and the hardener. The resin being so thick it will not pour, and the hardener being too thin to spoon. It also takes days to harden and does not provide a strong bond whe it finally does.
      Stay away from this stuff and stick with the traditional expound and thickeners.

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