Fiberglass & PolyAll 2000

PolyAll 2000 is one of the most versatile home and industrial chemical products in the high tech arsenal of modern fillers and epoxies. Like epoxy it is a two part product but unlike epoxy, PolyAll 2000 has the initial consistency of water. This enables it to soak into any porous surface, be poured into a complex mold, or flow between two broken parts that have to be bonded but cannot be separated.

PolyAll 2000 has another great advantage over any other similar filler or epoxy. It will set within three minutes after the two parts are mixed together. This means that its application will be speeded up many times over other products such as fiberglass resins and standard fillers. As a matter of fact multiple coats can be applied within the space of an hour and it can be sanded and painted within five minutes of being mixed or when it is cool to the touch.

PolyAll 2000 Set Temperature

PolyAll 2000 has another facet that makes it unlike any other filler or repair medium. Although the set up time is three to five minutes at 70 degrees, it will still set at lower temperatures. At 35 degrees Fahrenheit it takes fifteen to twenty minutes to set.

This means fiberglass repairs can be made at temperatures that prohibit the use of standard resins and hardeners. This is good news for all you boaters who want to repair damage to your boat but would rather have the boat in the water in the summer. Now you can fix it at your leisure outside in the fall, winter or early spring and be ready for those first warm boating days.

In warm weather the fast set up time means that extensive repairs can be made in minutes and hours which would have taken days or weeks with traditional repairs.

With characteristics like these the usage of PolyAll 2000 is going to be limited only by your imagination.

Set Up Time, an unbelievable three minutes at 70 Degrees Fahrenheit!

Sand it and paint it in ten minutes!

Try that with any other filler!