How Long Does It Take for Duct Seal to Dry Completely?

Aeroseal is a reliable and long-lasting air duct sealing system that can reduce the amount of leaks in your ducts by up to 90%. It has a 10-year warranty and undergoes strength tests for 40 years in residential applications. The inspection detects any obvious breaks in the ducts and, as an initial step in the sealing process, the Aeroseal system will determine the exact amount of leaks in the duct system. Most customers realize that, once ducts have been sealed using the Aeroseal process, there is no need to clean them again for some time.

This means that you can save time and money on cleaning services. Furthermore, Aeroseal can be used on all kinds of materials, so you don't have to worry about compatibility issues. If you're replacing and sealing your ducts in preparation for buying a new air conditioner, you may be wondering how long it takes for the water-based duct sealant to dry completely. The drying time of the sealant depends on several factors, such as the temperature and humidity of the room, as well as the thickness of the sealant.

Generally speaking, it takes around 24 hours for the sealant to dry completely. However, if you find small spots with inadequate coverage, you may need to apply another coat and wait for it to dry before continuing with your project.

Maartje van den Visser
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