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Old 12-15-2007, 12:24 PM   #1
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MVP4 cure time...


It has been 16 hours since laying down Bostiks MVP4 Moisture Barrier on my concrete clab and it is still tacky. My question is, does it cure hard or does it cure so it is a bit tacky? When stepping on it now after 16 hours, my boots stick a little and tracks are left. I have maintained the house at 70 degrees and 50% humidity.

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MVP4 cure time...


To answer my own question, I just got off the phone with Lumber Liquidators where I bought the stuff and they say it is normal for it to cure in this fashion. They say it is good to go as long as when I walk on it and it does not transfer to my shoes.

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