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What is the drying time needed for the joint compound in the complete wall repair kit?

Most repairs take 2 to 3 coats of compound to complete. The first coat embeds the tape or repair patch, the second coats blends and fills around the repaired area, and the finish coat is just a thin coat that completes the blending in of the repair.  The compound in the repair kit is an air drying compound so it will typically take about 24 hours to dry.  Thinner or thicker coats of compound drying times will differ.  Just a side note: make sure the compound is completely dry before decorating.  Always follow the joint compound manffacturer's instructions for recommended drying times.

Why upgrade to ViPer?

For a very small investment per window or door, you can have a screen that is much easier to see through providing better curb appeal.

How is ViPer less visible than standard fiberglass?

ViPer is designed with a thinner fiberglass yarn to allow you to be able to see through it more clearly. The thinner yarn combined with a tighter weave provide the illusion of a virtually invisible screen.

Does thinner yarn mean that the screen will tear easily?

No, not at all. ViPer screen was specially engineered to maintain optimal strength while allowing for a better outward view

What makes ADFORS ViPer Screen Safer?

ViPer Screen is ortho-phthalate free and does not contain any substances covered under California Prop 65. We have maintained the same great aesthetics, properties and processibility that our screen has always had. We have also achieved GREENGUARD Gold certification on this product, which certifies that the product has low chemical emissions.

Does Clear Advantage meet industry standards?

Technically there are no industry standards for such a fine screen product (.008'). Clear Advantage exceeds minimum industry standards in both tensile strengths and bursting strengths.

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