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I let mine cure a couple of weeks just to be safe. Opinions vary alot on what is a good amount of time.
Dan Twomey
· November 24, 2021
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Absolutely
Jacqueline
· February 23, 2022
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Hello and yes,try it on a small scale first and if it meets your standards go go go,have a good day.ps observe all mftr cautions when using product.
Kindle Customer
· June 5, 2021
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I didn't get any with mine.
Dan Twomey
· January 10, 2022
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We don't recommend keeping this product in direct sunlight. The product can withstand sustained temperatures of around 130 degrees, but higher than that can cause the product to get soft.
Fiberglass Coatings Inc.
Seller · June 7, 2021
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Epoxy doesn't stick to the enamel very well, so it isn't something I would recommend. Also, the epoxies you will find on Amazon will not stand up to the required heat.
Fiberglass Coatings Inc.
Seller · February 16, 2022
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You can use a brush - once applied, a heat gun, blow dryer or any other source of convection heat will eliminate those pesky brush strokes, minimize curtaining and help to ensure a tough-as-nails, mirror like finish.
Ryan Nader
· September 15, 2021
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The instructions come with the product. You should find your answer there.
Diane Kirton
· November 20, 2021
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We always encourage the use of personal protective equipment when handling any chemicals. That being said, our epoxy has ZERO VOC's, so it is not harmful to breathe.
Fiberglass Coatings Inc.
Seller · November 5, 2021
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Yes, but I would sand lightly the old surface with à 320 grit before.
Nathalie Saindon
· September 10, 2021