PolyAll 2000 to Strengthen & Repair Fiberglass
Used as a replacement for resins, PolyAll 2000 is mixed by hand in an easy one-to-one ratio, wets both glasscloth and mat readily. Soaking through quickly and setting to a tough, impact-resistant solid in a few minutes even at low temperatures.
PolyAll 2000 to Restore Wood
Fills, seals, bonds and repairs wood which has been damaged by water, wood rot, termites, woodworm or marine organisms. Its water-like viscosity, easy mixing and fast cure even at low temperatures make PolyAll 2000 a natural for all of those boat and dock repairs. It is invaluable for restoring the wood in older homes and cottages. Once fully cured the versatility of PolyAll 2000 lets you handle it just like wood... drill, sand, tap, saw and nail, etc.
Use PolyAll 2000 in Home & Professional Crafts
Home & Professional Crafts Model Makers and Craftspeople will find PolyAll 2000 useful for a wide range of applications. Molding and casting is made easy and it can also be used as a quick tough adhesive. People working with low voltage electrical equipment will find it useful as an insulator and for encapsulating sensitive electronics.
PolyAll 2000 for Home & Cottage Repairs
PolyAll 2000 is invaluable for restoring the wood in older homes and...
PolyAll 2000 to Fill Concrete Cracks & Repair Spalling Damage
Mix and pour PolyAll 2000 into hairline or open cracks in concrete and around the patio, garage or warehouse. Add dry sand or other fillers and use as a patching compound on spalled concrete surfaces. The product sets up quickly and protects the concrete from further damage from salt, water, gasoline and many other chemicals.
Special Applications with PolyAll 2000
We are constantly experimenting with different applications for PolyAll 2000 both in North America and Europe and...
PolyAll 2000 to Repair Metal Damaged by Rust & Corrosion
Because PolyAll 2000 has a very low viscosity when mixed, it will penetrate quickly right through the rust to solid metal, set up quickly and actually utilize the rust as a reinforcement. Many fillers such as iron powder, aluminum powder, fly ash, silica sand, talc and many other dry powders can be mixed into the resins before cure to modify their properties as needed.