Cotol-240™plus Cleaner & Cure Accelerator

    Better, faster gear repair through chemistry.

    Cotol-240™plus makes urethane adhesives dry faster. Use Cotol-240 plus with Seam Grip®, Aquasure® and Freesole® for fast, permanent repairs.

    The solvent speeds the full cure time to less than two hours.

    • Formulated for use with Seam Grip, Aquasure and Freesole
    • Speeds drying time to approximately 2-4 hours


    Cotol-240™ is part of the McNett GEAR AID™ product range.

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    Cotol-240™plus Directions for use with Aquasure® Urethane Repair Adhesive, Seam Grip® Outdoor Repair Adhesive & Seam Sealer and Freesole® Urethane Repair Adhesive:


    1. Thoroughly mix 1 part cure accelerator with 4-5 parts adhesive with a stick, toothpick, or knife. Mix on a non-absorbent surface such as a plastic lid or plate.

    2. Immediately apply the mixture to the damaged area.

    3. Allow the repair to completely cure at least 2-4 hours before using.

    FOR COLOURS: Mix food coloring or paint colorant (available at paint stores) into the adhesive and cure accelerator before applying.

    CLEAN-UP: To remove adhesive from hands, use cloth soaked with paint thinner, nail polish remover or isopropyl alcohol.

    STORAGE: Cap tightly. Store in cool, dry place. Use blister card package for storage.












    „Excellent for all kinds of dry and wetsuit repairs.“– Al, Lakewood, NJ


    „Absolutely essential item if repairing wetsuits or drysuits with Aquaseal. It thins out the Aquaseal so you can easily apply it with a brush and makes all repairs easy and professional looking.“– Kevin M.


    I use Cotol-240 to clean and prep the site before using Aquaseal, it does an excellent job.“– Pamela L.



    Seam Grip® permanently repairs common pinholes and tears in your outerwear. Apply just enough Seam Grip to cover the hole and spread 1/4” (6 mm) beyond. Allow to dry level overnight. For 2-4 hour cure time, mix Seam Grip with Cotol-240™plus before applying.




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