Seal Pipes Quickly and Effectively with Solvent Cement 70P

Water lines are often very tricky. They most of the time go together securely, but not securely enough to keep water from finding a way out. Then, when you end up with a leak, it is most often at the joint where you expected everything to fit snugly. The problem is, you often do not know that there is a drip until it is too late, and you are dealing with rotting wood and other issues. For this reason, we suggest that you seal pipes quickly and effectively with solvent cement 70P.

What Is Solvent Cement 70P?

When using PVC to run cold water lines, you need to do everything possible to ensure that they are sealed at all joints. This includes where the water line may tee off or bend sharply using an elbow. The most effective way to handle this is to use an adhesive that will seal it up by filling in all the cracks that may be too small for you to see and by securely attaching the two ends together. That is the purpose of solvent cement and the 70P simply means that it is useful for all small to medium sized PVC water lines you may need to use.

How to Use Solvent Cement

This adhesive is very strong and creates a strong bond with whatever it comes into contact with. Therefore, you should use caution when handling it. You should wash immediately if it comes into contact with your skin. You should also take care when using it because it is a strong-smelling chemical. This vapor can cause you to have trouble breathing if you are not in a well-ventilated area. Otherwise, this is simple to use. You simply put it on the end of the PVC pipe and then attach the two pieces together. It is quick drying, so you will not have to wait for very long and then you can run water through the pipes to ensure that there are no drips for you to deal with.

Flexible, Strong Hold

The bonus to using solvent cement 70P is that you can worry less about issues that may come up with your water lines. It provides a flexible, but strong hold that will not loosen even if the water pressure in the pipes fluctuates a lot. It can also hold during extremely cold weather so that you do not have to worry about repairing pipes after winter. Why not protect your pipes with 70P?

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