This is my go-to product for small hole patches. To avoid the product drying out after use, place a piece of plastic wrap directly onto the plaster that's left in the bucket before closing to keep air from drying it out. I've never had the mold problem claimed in another post here - but maybe I just do more home improvement and use up my plaster faster.
DAP Patching Plaster, 32 Oz.
Arrives by Fri, Apr 10
About This Item
DAP Patching Plaster, 32 oz:
- Ready-to-use plaster patching product
- For everyday interior household repairs
- Works on plaster and drywall
- DAP plaster dries hard with minimal shrinkage
- Applies easily
- Works on most interior surfaces
- Be sure container lid is closed and tightly sealed
- Store it in a cool, dry place
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setting time: 1 hr., item: patching plaster, container type: pail, traffic hours: 5 hr., yield strength: not specified, application time: 1/2 hr., characteristics: dries hard, dries quickly, minimal shrinkage, ready to use formula, sands easily, functional cure: 5 hr., dry time:, size: 32 oz., for use with: plaster walls, drywall, color: white, meets: osha 1910.134 and ansi z88.2, voc: 13.3g/l, adheres to: plaster, drywall, temp. range: -20 degrees to 120 degrees f, application: repairs to plaster and drywall
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|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
5.00 x 5.00 x 4.75 Inches
Does the job.
I bought a 32 oz container, but didn't use it all at once, probably half the container. I next used it after 3 months of storage, and it was covered with a thick grey-brown mold. It was also considerably thicker than the original product. I scraped the mold off the surface and used it. Another month went buy and tonight I Again opened it, only to find even more moldy. This time I'm throwing it away. Tell me, is it typical that this product doesn't have a shelf life? Should it have been refrigerated?
Mold, too coincidental to be consumer introduced
It worked well, but should be sold in very small containers for small jobs since there seems to be a mold issue with what is left in the can. I bought only a quart size and went to use it after a few months and there's lots of mold. It was stored in a cool, dry location. What a waste.
History of problems with DAP premixed patching plaster!
I've experienced the same issues that others have documented in their reviews of DAP Patching Plaster with mold forming on top of the product after short term storage in an air conditioned environment! In addition, the product thickens in the container and there isn't any information on the container about how to thin it to achieve satisfactory coverage and performance. It appears that A LOT OF MONEY is wasted by DAP customers throwing their containers in the trash!! I will shop for alternative products from other companies in the future.
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