Flex Paste 1lb Jar

Flex Paste 1lb Jar

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Flex Paste 1lb Jar
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Flex paste is a super thick rubberized paste you can use to spread, shape, form and seal virtually everything. Flex paste starts out as a thick paste and dries to a strong, flexible, rubber coating. It can be applied to all types of surfaces to seal out air, water and moisture. It clings to the surface and instantly fills large gaps, cracks and holes. It won't shrink or wash away and can be painted any color. Flex paste can be applied on dry or wet surfaces, even underwater. Flex paste clings to a wide variety of surfaces and will work on wood, glass, tile, concrete, aluminum, metal, brick, stucco, masonry, copper, fabric, fiberglass, ceramic, porcelain, natural stones, roofing, PVC, EIFS, EPDM, CSPE, Hypalon polyurethanes and so much more.

Features
  • Seals out air, water, and moisture
  • Shape to take any form so you can fill large gaps and holes
  • Apply on wet or dry surfaces
  • Clings to multiple surfaces and hard-to-reach areas
  • Flex paste is perfect for DIY, handyman projects, arts and crafts, hobbies, repairs and so much more
  • Once completely dry, flex paste can be painted any color
  • With proper application, care and maintenance, flex paste will last for years
  • Non flammable and UV, chemical, and mildew resistant
  • You can use flex paste on a wide variety of surfaces such as wood, glass, tile, concrete, aluminum, metal, brick, stucco, masonry, copper, fabric, fiberglass, ceramic, porcelain, natural stones, roofing, PVC, EIFS, EPDM, CSPE, Hypalon polyurethanes and so much more
  • Depending on temperature, humidity or the thickness of the layer, flex paste can be tooled within 15-30 minutes of the initial application it will dry to the touch in approximately 2-hours and fully cure in 24 to 48-hours
  • Flex paste gets stronger over time
  • Flex paste can be applied in a wide range of temperatures from 0°F - 150°F once applied and fully cured it can withstand a wider range of temperatures from 40°F - 200°F