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Old 06 April 2010, 14:17   #1
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Polymarine Inflatable Boat Adhesive

got a tin of it and for the life of me ,its pathectic,,,,,,,instructions are so small with glasses I CAN NOT READ IT,,,,,anyone have a large print up please?
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Old 06 April 2010, 14:52   #2
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1. Mix adhesive with curative (ratio; 25-1), stir well.
2.Ensure surfaces are dry and abrade well
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3. Brush thin coat on both surfaces, allow to dry for minimum 30 minutes.
4. Apply second thin coat to both surfaces, leave for 5 minutes or untill tacky.
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5. Bring surfaces with as much pressure as possible.

Technical;
1. Store between 5oC and 25 oC
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2. Mixed pot life 4 hours.
3. Curing time 48 hours.
4. Maximum bond strength 7 days.
5. Clean brush with MEK/ Acetone
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Have a tin set next to me on the dining room table glueing bloody hypalon all weekend!
Poly marine have always sent a set of A4 instructions out with my kits.

Am a little worried now as the directions say THIN coat, and I may have slapped it on...
Ce la vie.

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Old 06 April 2010, 15:20   #7
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FANTASTIC Geoff, i can see ha ha,cheers mate,can t wait to ge out on the new one when done,bet your the same ,im out to mo fishing on the small sib
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