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Kneadatite Blue / Yellow
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1" x 36" Green Stuff Epoxy
For technical data, visit http://www.polymericsystems.com/epoxies-adhesives/epoxy-putty-tapes/kneadatite-blue-yellow.htm
Kneadatite Blue/Yellow is a room-temperature curing, two-part epoxy sealant for all types of interior and exterior maintenance and repairs. When properly mixed together to a uniform green color, it forms an industrial-strength pol ymer compound for repair, modeling, and sculpting. Kneadatite Blue/Yellow’s consistency (like modeling clay) eliminates drips and runs, facilitates adhesion to the substrate, and allows shaping before cure begins. Once cured, it can be sawed, drilled, carved, sanded, and painted.
Use Kneadatite Blue/Yellow to make underwater pool repairs, repair cracks in pipes and tanks, fill small automobile dents, form custom gaskets, attach signs, hang light fixtures, repair stripped screw holes, and much, much more.
Nicknamed “Green” by sculptors, Kneadatite Blue/Yellow is well known for its long work life, non-grainy texture, and its ability to hold fine detail. Cured models withstand the heat and pressure of up to 4 vulcanizations in the mold- making process for castings. Sculptors using this product will find helpful tips and information in our Sculptor’s Information Sheet available on our website at polymericsystems.com.
Hand-mixable with no messy residue or cleanup.
Long work life.
Applies and shapes like putty.
Tenacious adhesion to almost any surface.
Solvent-free; no VOCs.
Won’t shrink, pull away, corrode, or rust.
Solvent-, chemical- and water-resistant.
Labeling conforms to ASTM D4236.
Will not adhere to polyethylene, polypropylene or PTFE.
Not intended for use in structural applications.
Base is Yellow; curing agent is Blue; cured color is Green.
How to use
Surface preparation: Before applying, roughen and clean the area to be repaired.
Mixing and application: Wear impermeable gloves when mixing or handling uncured product.
Tape - Cut or twist off equal lengths of flat blue and yellow tape. Bars - Cut or twist off 1 part curing agent (blue) to 1.5 parts base (yellow). Mix by twisting and kneading with gloved fingers to a uniform color. For best results, use damp fingers for easier mixing and application.
Apply to the surface to be repaired within1 hour of mixing. Force into cracks or holes and remove excess material before hardening begins, preferably with a tool moistened with water. When applying to a damp or wet area, work the material forcefully into the surface and apply pressure until adhesion begins to take effect.
Kneadatite Blue/Yellow has a 1-1/2 to 2-hour work life. Functional cure occurs after 4 to 5 hours, when the application can be drilled, carved, sawed, sanded, and painted. Ultimate hardness is reached in 20 to 24 hours.
Shelf life: Tape - One year minimum from date of shipment when stored in original, unopened container at 75 ̊F (24 ̊C). Bars - Two years minimum from date of shipment when stored in original, unopened container at 75 ̊F (24 ̊C)
Contains Epoxy Resins. Epoxies are skin/eye irritants and known sensitizers. Direct product contact may cause an allergic reaction in some individuals. Avoid skin/eye contact. Wear impermeable gloves when mixing or handling uncured product.
Inhalation of dust may be harmful. Avoid inhalation of dust. Wear dust mask and protective eyewear when sanding cured product.
Turn off power when doing electrical repairs.
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
First Aid: Skin contact: Thoroughly wash hands with soap and water after use. If skin irritation occurs, seek medical care. Eye contact: In case of eye contact, rinse with tap water for 15 minutes. If irritation develops, seek medical care. Ingestion: If swallowed, do not induce vomiting; get prompt medical care.
Hazardous Ingredients (CAS RN): Diglycidyl ethers of bisphenol A resins (67989-52-0); Polyamide resin (68410-23-1); Polyamide resin (68410-22-0); Diisodecyl phthalate “DIDP” (26761-40-0). For further information contact a poison control center, PSI at (610) 286-2500, or CHEMTREC at 800-424-9300For additional health and safety information, consult a Safety Data Sheet.