|Sizes Available:||1.0 fl oz, 2.0 fl oz|
Instructions for Safe UseFollow these step-by-step directions when using Seal-All:
1. To open, puncture seal with pointer cap. Hold tube upright until ready to use. Do not squeeze tube to force opening. Replace cap after each use.
2. USE AS A SEALANT: Apply directly to clean, dry surface. Hold firmly until product sets. Additional coats may be applied. Allow each layer to dry thoroughly. On leaking objects under pressure, tape over Seal-Al® with Duct® or masking tape. Additional coats may be applied over tape.
3. USE AS A CONTACT ADHESIVE: Spread coating on each surface to be joined together. Allow to harden for 5-10 minutes, then press both surfaces together. Seal-All hardens by solvent evaporation and forms an immediate bond that is difficult to reposition after both adhesive coated surfaces are placed in contact and sufficient pressure is exerted to create full contact between both surfaces.
4. Seal-All will set in about 2-3 minutes and reaches full cure in 2-6 hours. Cure time increases with lower temperatures and decreases with higher temperatures.
5. Paint over Seal-All for UV resistance.
6. Keep threads at the neck of the tube free of Seal-All residue.
7. Store unused Seal-All at room temperature with cap tightened.
What is the most unique feature of Seal-All?
Seal-All is resistant to gasoline, oil, paint thinner, and most solvents. Seal-All is also water resistant immediately upon applications.
What substrates will Seal-All bond to?
Seal-All adheres with superior strength to all substrates and materials except paper, cardboard and Styrofoam™. Always test a small area before full use.
How long does it take for Seal-All to dry?
Seal-All will set in 2-3 minutes and reaches full-cure in 2-6 hours. (Note: temperature and humidity will affect dry time.)
Is Seal-All UV resistant?
No. Seal-All may be painted over for maximum UV resistance once cured.
What are some suggested uses for Seal-All?
Use for distributor caps, interior panels, radiators, gaskets, transmission carburetor floats, body and trunk leaks, battery cables and terminals, generators, tools and much more.