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Rapid Patch Epoxy & Threadlock Kit Pricing arrow RapidPatch® Fibre Reinforced Epoxy



RapidPatch® Fibre Reinforced Epoxy


Price per Unit (piece): $48.00


 

RAPID PATCH is an extremely versatile product used in the repair of composite plastics and fibreglass. This product is for use in repairing punctures, holes, gouges, cracks and separations, etc. RP Fibre contains 1/20,000 microscopic fibres. If used in conjunction with our fibreglass reinforcement tape, the mechanical strength of the repair is increased. RP Fibre exhibits exceptional lap-shear and peel strength.

How to Repair Plastic Using RapidPatch® Epoxy Adhesives
  • Remove frayed areas to be repaired. Rough sand damaged area to be repaired with 40-60 grit sand paper. All joints should be tapered type. Weld or back area to be repaired with our self-adhesive fiberglass reinforcement tape, product number RT890, for added structural integrity.
  • Mix product 1:1 on a plastic mixing board and apply to area of repair with a rubber or plastic applicator. Allow (45-60 minutes) before sanding. Rough sand with 80 grit sand paper. Re-apply if necessary.
  • To finish sand, begin with 150-180 grit sand paper. If necessary, finish sand to 400 grit. Be careful, as material has a high resin content, glazing may occur if sanded too fine.
  • You are now ready to prime and colour coat with either waterborne or solvent-based coatings.


    NOTE: Solvent preparations are not necessarily recommended, as mold release agents can contaminate your repair causing poor adhesion. Sanding is normally sufficient. Do not touch finished area with your hands or other media prior to application of the adhesive fillers or painting.