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Seriously. I need it to be workable well for a longer time. So far I went up to mixing two parts yellow to one part blue. Is there anything else I can do to extend its curing time?
well, it's cured by air, so keep it in an air tight area when you are not working on it(like when you go to the kitchen to grab the maiyonnaise), but other than that, i can't think of anything.
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I have found that keeping it submerged in water extends it some.
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Where did you get that idea? Greenstuff uses the same chemical action that 2-part epoxy glue uses. Just mix the two and it starts to set/harden. As with most chemical reactions heat will accelerate the process and cold slows it down. Just refrigerate.Originally posted by Tomato-99@Jan 11 2005, 04:22
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It's a plumbers putty (originally) and will cure underwater. If it's slowed by water it's probably because it's cooled, putting it in the fridge works.
So I guess I shouldn't turn on the radiator anymore. :rofl: