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Apr 14, 2022 - 11:08 AM
We have never tried Crackzilla on a floor with hydronic heating. I do not see there being any issue or the epoxy damaging the plumbing in any way. If the heating system gets hotter than 146F the epoxy could deform. Other than that i see no issue. Before using on cracks in concrete make sure to clean and degrease the application area.
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Recommended for filling or assisting in laminating as well as a concrete epoxy adhesive Designed for use as a filler on various substrates including, wood, metal, glass, stone, concrete, etc. Great concrete crack filler epoxy that easily flows into cracks due to low viscosity 185 mL size fits in a s...
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