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This is volcom ceiling here. Now this is a one-part pulley thing, and this will give you that water stopping. Now for the 171 primer, this material will take about a half an hour to dry. Very easily to apply, it is a matter just brushing it in to the gravest.
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Now I am going to use a pulley knife just to level out the bid that way giving a nice flat finish. Well there you have it all finish. Did not I tell you could do it yourself? The volcom just can be over about 24 hours, but you cannot put in any water in because you have to allow the cure to 3 to 5 days that way it will cure this to a rubber like substance.