|Fuel Tank Sealant “Single Phase” (one-part) A long lasting, permanently flexible “Single Phase” Polysulfide Sealant. Tack-free in 1 to 3 days, excellent resistance to oils, gasoline and diesel fuel Ideal for fuel tanks; cures to a firm flexible rubber seal with excellent adhesion qualities, can also be sanded and painted.|
I used this sealant to replace fuel gage On a boat fuel tank. Worked great
Used it to repair cracks around the handle of an old 5 gallon gas can. Per instructions it took a week to set up. It has sealed what was needed. It worked for me. Thanks.
Purchased to seal steel fuselage to aluminum skin. Went to use the product five months after I purchsed and it cured solid...in the container! There wasnt an expiration date like two part sealants. Never again.
I built a tank and had a minor leak develop. I bought this product to seal my fuel tank pinhole leak. After applying this product per instructions, prepping correctly, I contacted Aerolife customer support to assure I did everything correctly. After waiting 14 days to allow a full cure, the tank leaked 20 minutes after testing and the sealant turned to gum. I threw the rest of the product away. It is a total waste of money, time and a false hope. I certainly do not recommend this product for any purpose.
Did not bond to aluminum tank. This sealant peeled away after a month in service. Nightmare removing all the bits from inside tank. I recommend using 3M products.
It will work to fix pin size holes.
No, it is not recommended for plastic tanks.
Yes, this material does work on aluminum.