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TotalBoat Thixo 2:1 Epoxy System : Do you need to use the whole tube at once, or does the inclusion of 2 tips mean you can finish a half tube at a later time?

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It's no problem using a partial tube and saving the rest for later by removingthe used nozzle and replacing the end plug exactly as it came out. Insertingthe plug backwards will contaminate the contents. The screw cap seals theend nicely for future use.

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That is TH beauty of this product. Make sure you have all hole locations prepped and you are ready to use the productYou are correct- you use 1 static mixing tip per application. Save the cap that comes on the large caulk tube- you will reinstall when done caulkingHappy HolidaysColin Murphy Free land in the Berkshires dot com

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you don't need to use the whole tube at once. You can reuse as often as you like, (its just a matter of having more tips) You may be able to put the used tip in the fridge to keep the epoxy from curing, and then reuse it, but i haven't tried it myself.

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