|Sizes Available:||10.2 oz, Gallon, 5 Gallon, Drum|
|Color:||Clear, Black (10.2 oz only), Gray (10.2 oz only), White (10.2 oz only)|
Instructions for Safe UseFollow these step-by-step directions when using E6100:
Read directions and test small area before use.
1. Surface should be clean, dry and free of dirt. For best results, lightly roughen surface before use.
2. Puncture seal in neck of tube using pointer cap. Product can be used between 50 and 90 °F / 10 and 32 °C.
3. Apply directly to surfaces to be bonded or repaired.
4. Allow 24 hours for curing--Maximum bond strength may not be reached for up to 72 hours.
5. For future easy cap removal, apply a thin coat of petroleum jelly to the threads of the tube before replacing the cap.
6. Clean uncured adhesive with acetone or citrus-based solvents.
Product is paintable and immediately resistant to precipitation upon application.
Note: E6000 is not recommended for use on Styrofoam™, polystyrene, polyethylene or polypropylene plastics.
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What temperature range does E6100 withstand?
E6100 can be applied in temperatures ranging from 50 °F to 90 °F (10 °C to 32 °C). Once cured, E1000 can withstand temperatures between -40 °F and 150 °F (-40 °C to 66 °C).
Is E6100 UV resistant?
E6100 may be painted over for maximum UV resistance. Clear E6100 is not formulated for exposure to sunlight.
Can E6100 be used on Styrofoam™?
No. E6100 is also not recommended for use on any polystyrene, polyethylene or polypropylene plastics.
Will E6100 crack or break under stress?
No, E6100 dries to a rubber-like consistency that is flexible and moves with adhered material.
How long does E6100 take to dry?
E6100 starts getting tacky in approximately 2 minutes and begins setting in approximately 10 minutes. A full cure takes between 24 and 72 hours.
Remember, temperature and humidity will affect dry time. To speed drying, apply heat using a handheld dryer set on low. Do not hold heat directly on E6100.
What is used to clean up uncured E6100?
Small amounts of acetone or citrus-based solvents for uncured E6100. Cured E6100 may be removed by cutting and scraping.