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So why wait any longer? With a working time of 20 minutes and a walk-on time of one hour, Stopgap 1200 Pro can be ready to receive new floorcoverings from only four hours. It’s protein-free, making it suitable for use in clinical and biologically sensitive areas such as hospitals, laboratories, cleanrooms etc. and is even approved for use in marine application by Det Norske Veritas.


Stopgap 1200 Pro remains unaffected by moisture and can even be applied over damp, clean, uneven concrete and sand/cement screeds, prior to application of Stopgap Waterproof Surface Membranes or Stopgap Isolator Membrane.


This great product is also low-odour and can be used over a range of subfloors it is even suitable for patch filling of timber floors prior to overlaying with plywood and can be applied ‘unfilled’ to a maximum thickness of 10mm, or ‘filled’ with a graded aggregate for applications of up to 30mm, making it an ideal choice for today’s contract flooring professionals who want a reliable and guaranteed solution to challenging flooring projects.


Stopgap 1200 Pro, with its unique and instantly recognisable yellow and blue bag and bottle livery, is always readily available throughout the UK through an extensive network of wholesalers. So, whenever you need it, Stopgap 1200 Pro will be there, freshly prepared and ready to perform.


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