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Registered: 11-2005
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Re: Air Bubbles on Urethane


I mean how thick in terms of viscosity. Is it runny like water or thick like peanut butter? Or somewhere in between?
And how much time do you have to work with it before it sets?
I'm wondering if this stuff will work for glueing Spidey webbing.

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ahhh my bad.

Umm its quite thick. It has roughly the same viscosity as silicone caulk. A bit stickier though. Its hard to explain. oncei tinted it it sped up the cure time to about 2 hours. If you dont tint it takes about 20 hours to fully cure. I left some untinted stuff and re worked it 3 hours after i started and it was just a bit thicker than before, but still workable. Its handy stuff... Im sure it could find a lot of uses. Might be a little hard on spidey webbing because the webbing is quite thin... But maybe worth a try?>


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Ya you may be right about Spidey webbing. I just like that it's flexible. Been holding off glueing down webbing until I found a flexible option. I'd probably have to apply it with a toothpick or something.

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I am going to use it to modify a cowl that has a gap under my chin. What I plan on doing is cutting V shaped notches on each side of the face opening and glueing the edges of the V together to make it tighter. Anyone have any ideas on how to keep the edges tight together while the Aquaseal cures?

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Masking tape.

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Thank you.

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