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Westpac Materials

Model 22165H

Internet #100320411

Store SKU #222193

18 lb. Fast Set 20 Lite Setting-Type Joint Compound

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Westpac Fast Set, Setting Compound is the benchmark of the industry. Our setting compound is easy mixing and has the most accurate setting times. Use Westpac fast set compound for pre-filling joints, embedding joint tape and concealing joints, fasteners and cornerbead. Additionally, they can be used for drywall patching and repair. Setting times of 5, 20, 40 and 90 minutes are available for your convenience.

  • Convenient 20 minutes set time
  • Use for drywall patching and repair
  • Easy to sand with excellent bonding
  • Covers approximately 340 sq. ft.
  • Non-tinted
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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For this product, 18 lb. Fast Set 20 Lite Setting-Type Joint Compound, after it sets in 20 minutes, how long before I can paint it??

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For this product, 18 lb. Fast Set 20 Lite Setting-Type Joint Compound, after it sets in 20 minutes, how long before I can paint it ??
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March 5, 2016
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After the set time you wait 60 minutes before painting.
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When the material is dry enough so its sandable ...meaning when you sand the material with sandpaper and it creates dust, its ready for painting.
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What is dry time before painting

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Is this product mold-resistant?

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for repairs Have used this product many times now for repairing dings, dents, and floating out seams before painting or texturing. Easier to work with and more user friendly if you thin it out a bit - gives you a better, smoother finish. One problem I've had and I've heard others mention is "craters" or air pockets forming when applying this product - this is partly due to the type of compound this is - a setting type compound that cures differently than your standard joint compound. What I've found that works is after you apply it, go back and check after 5 mins to see if any air pockets have formed - and if they have, go over it again with your taping knife to eliminate them. Other than that, its my go to product to repairing drywall! December 29, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very good Will not be ready to sand in 20. Depending on temp and air ventilation the warmer and lots of fresh air it fast but on a cool day you better have a fan on it November 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 20 min mud sets up fast but don't expect to sand and prime in 20 minutes - you'll wait several hours depending on thickness, but still faster then 24 hr mud May 20, 2013
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