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Dark Knight

Registered: 02-2007
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Re: what was that glue?


Ok I did some research for you guys.

Basically you can paint it on as it comes with its own tiny brush. I am going to coat both surfaces with this mixture of Aquasure and Cotol-240 then give it 10 mins to get tacky. It should fully cure in 2 hours or less, without Cotl-240 it takes alot longer, 12-24 hours. I

'll be wrapping myself in saran wrap as well as wrapping the torso after I've glued to hold it in place. I pasted some info about it for you. I'll be able to tell you more once I actually glue my torso down.


Aquasure® Urethane Repair Adhesive & Sealant

The industry standard for maximum strength repairs to wet suits, dry suits and all watersports products. Flexible urethane formula waterproofs, seals and protects against abrasion. Hundreds of watersports and household uses.

For fast cure, use with Cotol-240™ Cure Accelerator. Available in 1 oz Blister Pack, 1 oz. with Cotol-240 Blister Pack and 8 oz.

DIRECTIONS FOR NEOPRENE REPAIR: Clean damaged area with Cotol-240™ Cure Accelerator/Precleaner or solvent (paint thinner, nail polish remover or similar). Trim loose threads. Non-fabric surfaces should be roughened with sandpaper, then cleaned.

Apply Aquaseal® to surfaces directly from tube or with knife or flat stick. Keep repair level overnight. Avoid contact with other surfaces.

Most repairs reach full strength overnight (10–14 hours). Allow longer for thickest repairs. For fastest cure (2 hours or less), mix in Cotol-240.

HOLES AND TEARS: Create backing with removable tape. Fill void and 1/4” beyond edge with Aquaseal. Remove tape after full cure.

SEAMS: Apply 1/16” thick bead overlapping seams edges by at least 1/4”. Apply with slight pressure to saturate fabric surfaces.

HIGH WEAR AREAS: Apply thin coat with knife for flexible abrasion resistance.

WARNING: FULLY CURED AQUASEAL IS SLIPPERY WHEN WET. For added traction on footwear, sprinkle sand on uncured Aquaseal 1/2 hour after applying.

CLEAN UP: To remove Aquaseal from hands, buff with cloth soaked in paint thinner, nail polish remover or 99% isopropyl alcohol.

STORAGE: Advance contents to tube neck. Wipe clean and cap. Keep in cool, dry place; for extended life, place in freezer. To thaw or for easier-flowing contents, soak tube in warm water for 15 minutes.

The American equivalant is:

AQUASEAL Repair Adhesive & Sealant is a unique urethane rubber compound providing superior adhesion, wear resistance, flexibility and waterproofing. Unaffected by heat or solvents, AQUASEAL Repair Adhesive & Sealant cures to a flexible thermoset rubber product.

An AQUASEAL repair can be stretched and folded yet still spring back to its original shape without any damage. The highly concentrated formula has minimal shrinkage, allowing thick repairs with only one permanent application.

Examples of Aquaseal compatible materials: Neoprene, Hypalonâ , vinyls, natural and synthetic leather and suede, tri-laminate materials, foams, composites and many plastics.

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A website with some instructions on mixing

http://www.subprof.com/tienda/product_info.php?products_id=6425&language=el&nom=McNETT+COTOL+240+CURE+ACCELERATOR
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For those of you that require a web address with both these products on give me a shout on this thread and I'll post.

but I will ask everyone not to rush out and buy this yet until I've fully tested it...

I'm not saying I'm an expert or anything...but I'm the 1 who decided to give this stuff ago and test it and I wouldn't want any of you to go out and waste your money on something that doesn't actually work.
So please allow me to test it for you guys and I'll do a full writeup about it all as soon as I have the results....thanks
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