Dispense using Index Finger and Thumb to Guide Plunger
Syringe cap twists on and off for multiple uses of resin. The product is light sensitive and exposure to daylight will initiate curing process. When cured in an open-air (oxygen) environment, a slightly tacky surface will result. Use of North Sea Resins (NSR) applicator tabs are recommended for applications that prefer a tack-free surface. Roughen and clean the surface with 150 grit sandpaper or a wire brush. For optimal adhesion, the surface should be clean of dust and dirt. An important consideration is the resin will cure-on-command only if the appropriate light reaches the resin.
5. Shine NSR High Intensity Light directly on the applicator tab/resin for 30 seconds or until fully cured.
6. Remove NSR Tab. Completed repair. Note resin covers an area larger than the actual hole.
Fixing Larger Holes and Breaks
For larger holes (1/4” or greater) use of fiberglass mesh is recommended. Lay fiberglass mesh on NSR Applicator Tab. Apply resin to mesh material so it is fully moist. Follow steps 4, 5 & 6 from above. Apply a second coat of resin on top of mesh to insure a strong repair. Sand off any fiberglass strands. Do not pull.