Liquid Flashing Not Curing
My liquid window flashing that cures in 6hrs isn’t curred 2 days later. Help ideas?
I used Benjamin Obdyke HydroFlash LA around four of my rough openings 2 days ago. I applied it perfectly from 20-30 mils. I applied it in great weather conditions. It’s still as liquied and tacky if out of the sausage while I was applying it. The tech sheet says it’s moisture cured. Salt Lake City where I am at is extremely dry right now, so I’ve misted the flashing pretty good but with no results. I cannot say if any area has cured more than any other area.
I’ve called Benjamin Obdyke and emailed, but they are closed until tomorrow. As I’m in Salt Lake, I’m running up against time to get my project finished asap for winter and today was a free weekend window setting day. If it’s a bad batch, I can’t even imagine the trouble I am in for getting it off. I think I’m looking at a total disaster clean up if this stuff doesn’t cure. I am hopeful someone has a great idea.
Has anyone experienced a non curing liquid flashing and have ideas to cure it? While wait to talk to them is obvious, the clock for working hours is falling to pieces against me and I just sank a weekend day for windows in–huge problem for me.
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