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silvertip blush warning
Posted by DaveW on Aug 29, 2004
Just thought I'd give folks a warning that the System 3 Silvertip epoxy might blush if the humidity is exceptionally high. I did some epoxy work yesterday afternoon with temperatures in the upper 80s and humidity over 90%. These are unusual conditions and are prime conditions for formation of blush. When I went to put the second fill coat on this morning the epoxy looked a bit milky and the fill coat would not adhere. The standard blush treatment (scrub with water and a scotchbrite pad, rinse, dry) took care of the problem. Just thought folks who haven't run into blush before, and who aren't expecting to see it in a product that is marketed as blush-free, might appreciate a heads up.