|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
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.