How long does CT1 take to go hard?

CT1 sealant is one of the most popular sealants across the trades and DIY-enthuasiasts. Even in the most demanding environments, CT1, a remarkable product renowned for its exceptional qualities, offers unparalleled resistance to chemicals, making it highly reliable and long-lasting. In addition to providing excellent resistance to fungal and bacterial growth, its robust formulation ensures long-term durability and integrity. CT1’s UV resistance effectively protects against the detrimental effects of prolonged sun exposure.

Furthermore, its exceptional resistance to vibration enhances its reliability, making it suitable for a wide range of applications. The CT1’s versatility is further enhanced by its ability to perform flawlessly in both wet and dry conditions, making it an ideal choice for marine and boat maintenance, especially in saltwater.

How long does CT1 take to go hard/dry?

For applications measuring 2 to 3mm, CT1 takes around 12 hours to fully cure. For applications measuring 3 to 6mm, it takes 12 to 48 hours.

How to use CT1?

CT1 should be used in accordance with the recommended directions to ensure optimal performance. Store the cartridge at room temperature before use. Begin by cutting the cartridge at the nose, exposing the product. Once the nozzle is cut off, apply CT1 with precision and even distribution using a mastic gun. Use a mastic gun to apply the product.

Make sure the surface you’re applying the product to is clean and free of grease or contaminants. Once applied, use MULTISOLVE to carefully finish off the joints, ensuring a professional and secure finish. The following instructions can help you use CT1’s remarkable properties to achieve optimal results in your project.

Abbie Wilson
Abbie Wilson has years of experience in the DIY & construction field having covered roofing, plumbing, and general DIY for various award-winning publications.

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