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PETTIT PAINTS FlexPoxy Epoxy Repair Compound

Model # 14129035Mfg # 1707620


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Product Description

Two-part epoxy resin that does not sag, run, or shrink. With a thick formula, FlexPoxy can fill large cavities in a single application. When cured, it remains flexible, making it a good choice for keel joint repairs. FlexPoxy creates a superior bond to all epoxies, polyester resins, metals and wood and can be sanded, machined, cut, filed, planed, drilled, tapped, or nailed, making it good for filling, filleting, forming, fairing, and fastening. The low odor formula is resistant to chemicals and is safe to use above and below the waterline. FlexPoxy can be molded and shaped during application and is easily tinted with paints and stains. FlexPoxy can be overcoated by most paints.

  • Formulation: Two-part epoxy
  • Recommended Usage: Filling, fairing and bonding applications
  • Drying: Pot life: 20-25 min.; To set: 3 hrs.; To cure: 16 hrs. (@ 77°F)
  • Color: Part A: Blue; Part B: Clear; Pink when mixed
  • Cleanup: 97 Epoxy Thinner, Model 284216; Xylol or denatured alcohol



FlexPoxy Epoxy Repair Compound

Best Use Filling
Fairing and Bonding Applications
Capacity 250 mL
Cure Time 16 Hours
Type Two-Part Epoxy Compound


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Been using for years! Great product

By Happy Henry

from Miami Florida

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  • Easy to Use
  • Use It Anywhere


    Best Uses

    • Drilltap
    • Keel Joints
    • Stringers

    Comments about Pettit Paints FlexPoxy Epoxy Repair Compound:

    Works great! It has a thick body but smooths well. Have used it in thick and fairing locations. Great to build filits and can be tinted, with stain or paint and finishes well. Keeps wood and other flexing parts together. Use it in my wood boat and home.

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