In January 1989 the first products were officially introduced to the market. Since then, there have been over 250,000 applications of the products. Currently the Repaircare International products are being used in various climate zones in a wide variety of international projects in Europe, the USA, the Carribean and the Far East.
Yes, of course! Once cured, DRY FLEX® should be sanded, like wood and then it can be painted or stained in the usual way. Not only that, but the surface can then be drilled into, screwed into, nailed into and/or bonded onto!
Since 1989, extensive tests have been completed with all known paint systems. After testing, DRY FLEX® performed extremely well with all types of paint including alkyd and acrylic resin paints.
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