HENRY® Patch & Go
Specially formulated for smoothing and patching interior and exterior surfaces prior to sealing, wallpapering, staining or painting.
Versatile: Use over wood, concrete, plaster, block wall, masonry, brick, drywall, paneling, ceramic tile, metal & stucco
Infinite Applications: Can be molded, shaped, carved, sanded, screwed, nailed, smoothed, stained, painted or used to set ceramic tile
Dries Quickly: Paint or seal in as little as 15 minutes
Highly Durable: Moisture and mildew resistant - will not shrink
Indoor & Outdoor Usage: For almost any surface
Solvent-Free: For safer installations
Convenient sizes: 1 or 7lb tubs
HENRY Patch & Go is specially formulated for smoothing and patching interior and exterior surfaces prior to sealing, wallpapering, staining or painting. Use HENRY Patch & Go to fill and smooth exterior surfaces such as concrete or wood, as well as interior floor and wall surfaces prior to painting or sealing. HENRY Patch & Go is easy to apply, hardens quickly, does not shrink, can repair wood rot, be molded, shaped, carved, sanded, screwed, nailed or smoothed to produce a surface finish which can be painted or sealed in 15 minutes!
HENRY Patch & Go mixes with water only to a creamy, smooth consistency for easy application over a variety of common building surfaces including concrete, masonry, wood, plaster, ceramic tile and drywall. Engineered with Portland cement, HENRY Patch & Go is tougher and more durable than gypsum, latex or puttytype patches. HENRY Patch & Go can be used as a setting material for replacing broken or missing ceramic tile. HENRY Patch & Go dries internally, permitting the finishing coat of paint, sealer or stain to be applied as soon as the surface is hard.
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Mixing bucket, margin trowel, trowel, or putty knife. HENRY Patch & Go can be mixed using a mixing stick or a mechanical mixing paddle and a drill.