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Kwik Poly LLC
300 St. Cecelia Ct.
Old Monroe, MO  63369

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 KWIK POLY® is an entirely new product and material to most people. Kwik Poly® is a trade name, and the product is a Polyol using two agents, a base and a catalyst. Because of its wide versatility, it will repair and preserve things that were previously considered unrepairable and routinely thrown away. It is combination filler, coating, and bonding agent. Restorers, hobbyists and people in all industries have longed for some material that is easy to use, sets up in minutes, and can be mixed and applied in any consistency depending on the job requirements. It will also vary in strength and physical properties depending upon different materials (fillers) that can be added into the two base liquids. This fast curing material is also impervious to gasoline, oils, thinners and most acids, yet will accept any type paint finish beautifully. It can be readily sanded, driller, sawed, nailed, cut and worked very much like hard wood. It can also be machined, tapped, turned, shaped, ground, and polished like aluminum.

Kwik Poly® is initially a very thin fluid combination much like water, and its penetration quality in porous material is unmatched. Another of its key advantages is its ability to combine with tremendous amounts of filler, which can then be utilized in filling voids, dents, pits, and gaps in almost any situation, on just about any material.

Kwik Poly® cures (dries) by the heat of chemical reaction between the two base materials, light and dark, which in that respect is similar to epoxies including fiberglass. However, this chemical reaction takes place much faster, which is another of its outstanding qualities.

Fillers can be just about anything imaginable and may be added in any quantities suitable for a particular job. Each Kwik Poly® kit contains an excellent silicon filler, but one can add or substitute any type of dry material such as sawdust, spackling powder, plaster of Paris, concrete, sand, flour, gravel, and just hundreds of other dry goods.

When mixing products such as milled fiberglass, metal shavings, glass beads, and concrete, a much stronger, harder and more durable material is achieved. The end result will directly reflect what type and amount of filler used if any.

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     1.        Keep Kwik Poly® in a cool place but not damp.

2.        Kwik Poly® will reject anything damp or oily.

3.        Kwik Poly® when cured is impervious to just about all liquids, gasoline, oil, and most acids.

4.        Use small amount to avoid waste.

5.        Kwik Poly® can be mixed in most any type container.

6.        Small plastic sticks make good stirring tools.

7.        Keep color-coded caps on their respective bottles.

8.        Kwik Poly® sets up quickly but continues to cure for 24 hours.

9.        Cotton swabs (Q-tips) make excellent applicators for small work.

10.      Wipe residue liquid from bottlenecks and the inside of caps before closing

11.      Keep lids on when not being used.

12.      Some fillers will absorb moisture causing Kwik Poly® to foam and bubble during the curing cycle.  If this should occur, merely spread the filler material on a cookie sheet or equivalent and dry in oven for several minutes.

13.       Do not use on car mufflers or tailpipes.

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 Shrinkage - Less then 1%. Use mold release when pouring molds.Electrical PropertiesProcess ApplicationChemical ResistanceMixSafetyShelf Life

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- 24 Months minimum. When working with these chemicals, goggles and glasses are recommended. Also use in well ventilated area. Always mix Kwik Poly® equally (1:1 ratio). Submission in sulfuric acid for 72 hours before breakdown visible. All materials should be free of oil and moisture. Smooth surfaces should be roughed up (sandpaper) before application for maximum adhesion. Excellent insulation Hi Pot test - 5 volts, 20,000 M ohms, O-leakage.

Kwik Poly® is quite easy to mix and apply. There are literally hundreds of variations one can devise depending on his or her imagination and requirement.

Kwik Poly® can be mixed in just about any type of container except Styrofoam. The small plastic pill cups used in hospitals are excellent as they are made of polystyrene which is one of a very few things Kwik Poly® will not readily adhere to. These little pill cups can be used over and over again. Paper cups (un waxed), clean plastic margarine and butter containers are also good. The scope of the job will usually dictate the size of the mixing containers. Most jobs do not require a large amount of Kwik Poly®, and to avoid unnecessary waste, do not mix more than can be utilized before set time. It is also important that the job be completely ready for Kwik Poly® application before combining the two liquids. Tools, brushes, thinners, and other paraphernalia should all be at hand. Remember the temperature you are working in will directly affect the set time. Kwik Poly® will set in 3-5 minutes at or about 700F. Cooler temperatures will greatly increase working and set time. Warmer temperatures will reduce them. Set time can be somewhat controlled as covered further on.

Measure out equal amounts of the Side A and Side B liquids into separate containers. Separate containers are recommended as you can readily view the proper amount of each fluid without special or complicated measuring equipment. It also simplifies the process of adding fillers. If no fillers are necessary or desired, simply pour the two measured fluids together and immediately stir enough to blend them. The blended mix will remain very thin and watery up to the set point. This very thick liquid solution is ideal for maximum penetration into wood, masonry, and other porous materials. It can be applied by brushing, or in flat work, just by pouring. This very thin watery mix is also wonderful wherever fiberglass mat, cloth, paper, or cardboard blocking is necessary. The penetration is instant and thorough.

It is important to realize that a liquid this thin, although great for some applications, would not be practical in many other situations. This is now another area whereby Kwik Poly® will excel over other materials on the market. With Kwik Poly® you have the ability and choice of increasing the consistency (thickening the mix) to any density desired by simply adding fillers to the measured out liquids. There are hundreds of dry fillers that can be used. You also control the finished product’s physical characteristics by what and how much is used when thickening and adding fillers.

Any type of material or substance may be added as filler as long as it is dry (free of moisture) and not oily.

All fillers, whatever they maybe, are normally added to each to the previously measured Side A and Side B liquids and stirred well to eliminate lumps and settlings. The two containers of liquid should be thickened approximately the same amount and to the density you feel is necessary to bond, coat, fill, or mold. You may add the fillers and experiment as long as necessary to obtain the proper mix, provided the liquids are not poured or mixed together. When preparations are complete, simply combine the two thickened liquids and apply (usually by brush). In all probability the addition of fillers will extend the set time a little.

The fine powder material such as ground silica, spackling powder, and dry wall mixes are all excellent for general absorption and thickening. They result in a smooth, creamy mix that when cured can be sanded, feathered, and painted, and provide the highly finished surface required on autos, boats, aircraft, and cosmetic work.

Different fillers may be more desirable in certain repairs or creations. Sand, for example, is great for masonry work, but not very suitable for fenders or furniture repair. Sawdust is excellent as filler for wood and soft materials. Iron fillers, metal shavings of all types, and glass beads are all materials that will create hardness in Kwik Poly®, but are not what one would use in furniture repair where sanding and shaping are necessary.

Molding, forming, and controlling Kwik Poly® in specific areas can be done using about anything from aluminum foil to cardboard. Window putty, play dough, clay and clear packaging tape are all used in holding the Kwik Poly® liquid until it sets.

Cleaning brushes and equipment can be done very easily by utilizing a small container of lacquer thinner, acetone, or any of the polyurethane solvents.  Brushes and tools must be placed in thinners prior to Kwik Poly® setting up. Inexpensive brushes and applicators are recommended, as their useful life is limited at best.

Cure or set time control can be adjusted somewhat by several methods. Kwik Poly® sets up reasonably fast and has many advantages due to this feature. The basic Kwik Poly® is formulated to set or set between 3-5 minutes at 70oF, Kwik Poly® cures by the heat generated when the two chemicals, light and dark, are combined. Whenever something is done to prevent the heat buildup, the Kwik Poly® set time will be extended and more working or application time will be available. When applying Kwik Poly® on a hot summer day, the set time will be much quicker. It is then recommended that work be done in the shade or early morning and evening hours. If the Kwik Poly® bottles are pre-cooled in ice, the temperature is lowered and more working time is gained. If the item to be worked is small enough to cool in a refrigerator or freezer, this will also help. The best method is probably using Kwik Poly® from inexpensive, very shallow containers, foil baking pans, TV trays, etc. The Kwik Poly®, when in a shallow container, cannot build-up the heat as quickly and will allow more working time. Do not place Kwik Poly® in a refrigerator with food as the food will absorb odors and possibly become contaminated.

Cooler temperatures have no affect on Kwik Poly® except to slow set time and increase application time. Storing in cool places will usually extend shelf life.

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Wood        Metal        Fiberglass


Please read basic mixing instructions before attempting repairs.

Wood is considered a quite porous material and will readily absorb the thin Kwik Poly® very well. Wood that is deteriorating and becoming soft will actually soak and absorb Kwik Poly® much like a sponge.

To apply Kwik Poly® in this situation, mix as in basic mixing instructions without the use of any fillers. Kwik Poly® comes to you in a very thin viscous, watery liquid and will achieve the greatest penetration possible by simply brushing and soaking as long as the Kwik Poly® is absorbed and disappears into the wood fiber. Depending upon the wood deterioration and softness, you should continue to apply Kwik Poly® for several minutes until it starts to run of puddle off the surface, which then indicates it has penetrated and soaked into the wood as far as possible, and any further application would only be wasteful. Soft wood will naturally absorb much more Kwik Poly® than a new hard wood board being coated for the first time.

In a very short time, usually less than 10 minutes, depending on the ambient temperature, the now treated wood will become very firm and solid, taking on the natural strength of the Kwik Poly® and can then be nailed, sawed, drilled, sanded, painted, etc.

In all probability deteriorated wood pieces will still have holes and voids that must now be filled. The voids may be filled in several ways. If it is obvious that the Kwik Poly® liquid will be lost or escape though a damaged area, clear packaging tape, window putty, children’s play dough, and most any other paste-like material can be utilized to plug or dam the back side so the Kwik Poly® can be poured and retained until it sets in a few minutes.

Another unique feature of Kwik Poly® is the ability to use the feel method of application, which reduces the set time to only seconds. After the two components have been combined, just hold the cup or container in hand for a short period until heat buildup is felt; then immediately pour the mix and it will set almost instantly, which in many cases would reduce the risk of the liquid finding an escape route and running out. The heat felt by the hand is only a mild warming sensation.

Because Kwik Poly® has such a low viscosity, it can be easily fed into hard-to-get-at areas by using appropriate size drilled holes for tunnels, then pouring Kwik Poly® or injecting it through hoses, tuber, or eye droppers, or whatever the problem dictates. The important item to remember is that the wood must first be stabilized and rebuilt by saturation with the very thin Kwik Poly®. Then do any filling of missing wood, holes, voids, etc. on the second application. When filling is required on vertical or uneven surfaces, follow mixing instructions for using fillers whereby the mix can be thickened to any consistency necessary to apply (with a knife or spatula) into desired areas.

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Please read basic mixing instructions before attempting repairs.


A rust surface is very similar to wood in that it is quite rough and porous. Kwik Poly® being a very thin, low viscosity fluid acts similarly to water or thinners on a rusted surface. It soaks and saturates through the rust into the Kwik Poly® solution. Once treated, the surface is impervious to atmosphere, moisture, fuels, oils, water, thinners, most acids, and just about anything else. As Kwik Poly® has less than 1% shrink rate, the outer perimeter edges do not tend to shrink, lift and pull away allowing atmosphere and moisture to work under it as

The success of totally locking up the rust comes from the saturation of the surface with Kwik Poly®. The preparation for this in most cases requires only a light wire brushing, then generously applying the very thin Kwik Poly® mix by brushing, pouring, and soaking the rusted area. As Kwik Poly® sets quickly, the treated piece will be available for continued work in 10 minutes or so, depending upon the ambient temperature. Heavy scale and flaking rust found on some steel and iron must be more thoroughly brushed and sanded, as even the very low viscosity of Kwik Poly® might not completely penetrate through the heavier rust scale material and lock it up for a substantial time; for complete success the Kwik Poly® must totally penetrate through the rust to the base metal and not just coat the rusty surface as most deterrents try to accomplish.


In general most holes and damage will be large enough to require some form of backing or blocking material. Kwik Poly® being a very low viscosity fluid will penetrate through all

When building up patched areas and to gain the utmost strength, several coats of thickened Kwik Poly® will be required. It is usually advisable to sand between coats and rough up the surface so the succeeding coat will get the best adhesion. In some cases you may want to add different filler such as milled or shredded fiberglass or glass beads to gain even more strength. Or you may just want to experiment by mixing in different material. Remember Kwik Poly® will accept just about any filler as long as it is dry and free of oil.


Please read basic mixing instructions before attempting repairs.

Kwik Poly® is totally impervious to fuels, oil, most acids, and other liquids. Because it sets up in only minutes, repairs can be done quickly, and downtime to tank repairs is kept to a minimum. Kwik Poly® is a very thin, low viscosity liquid and makes a wonderful tank sloshing material. A

To repair leaking seams, pinholes, and minor damage, simply apply

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motorcycle tank will require only a small amount (16 ounces), and when shaken and rolled, the very watery mix will penetrate the interior tank surface rust, soak into all corners and seams, absorb loose dirt and dust, and provide a new interior lining in only minutes.clear packaging tape over holes on outer surface prior to sloshing with Kwik Poly®. Shake and roll tank so liquid covers all interior surfaces, then place tank with taped up holes in lowest position. Excess Kwik Poly® in tank will drain into the low area and cure, forming an entirely new bottom within the tank itself.  Clear packaging tape can be easily removed. Where larger holes exist, apply backing using fiberglass cloth or muslin. (Follow instructions under repairs to sheet metal.)


Please read basic mixing instructions before attempting repairs.

Kwik Poly® can be used to repair fiberglass parts and also as a replacement for the fiberglass resin in fabrication parts. Kwik Poly® is easier to work with than the regular fiberglass resin due to Kwik Poly’s® thin viscosity. This thin viscosity permits Kwik Poly® to wick through the fiberglass mat reducing air bubble problems.

Kwik Poly® has an advantage over some fiberglass resins due to its quick cure preventing any rework of the repair area. With Kwik Poly®, the repair area may be reworked within 10 minutes.

Kwik Poly® may also be used for the gel coat (final top coat) over reworked fiberglass to produce a smooth finish, if there are large voids or holes needing filling, Kwik Poly®

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may be used with a filler material supplied with the kit to form any consistency (from a molasses syrup to a thick putty) needed for that particular job. Any type of dry filler will work such as silica (included in kit) or ground-up fiberglass.

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Coloring is usually essential when molding finished parts. Any color may be permanently cast into the Kwik Poly® as it is mixed. (Refer to basic mixing instructions.) Powdered coloring may be added and stirred into the Kwik Poly® just like the fillers. After the two base Kwik Poly® liquids have been measured out in their individual containers, just add a small amount of powdered coloring to each, stirring well to eliminate lumps and settings.


Kwik Poly® will accept any type of mixing material as long as it is dry. When ready to use, combine the two base liquids, stir quickly, and then pour into mold. When pouring Kwik Poly® into a mold other than silicone, a mold release agent must be used. When rebuilding or repairing broken tabs, ears, parts, and pieces on just about any material, you

: Always use powdered colors, never a liquid color.
may use materials such as window putty, play dough, masking tape, and many other paste-like materials to form temporary dams, molds, or reservoirs as ways of retaining and controlling the Kwik Poly® liquid.

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Refer to basic mixing instructions before attempting repairs.

Kwik Poly® can be brushed and poured onto just about any surface. It is initially a very thin fluid which, when brushed on wood, concrete, cardboard, cloth, paper, leather, etc., will penetrate much deeper than most other heavier bodied paints and sealers, thus giving a much greater sealing thickness, wall, or protection.

It is also impervious to water, gas, oils, most acids, and other liquids. When coating, filling pits, or protection steel or porous material, add fillers in any amount to create the consistency or thickness of the mix you desire to fill pits, or just to apply a heavy bodied coating for protection.

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Refer to basic mixing instructions before proceeding.

Kwik Poly® is a natural molding material. It is a very thin, low viscosity fluid and can be flowed or poured into any type mold or container. It sets in 3-5 minutes at 70oF. so set time is at a bare minimum. Kwik Poly® has less than 1% shrink rate and will transpose the

For example, to reproduce an antique radio knob, fill a small Dixie cup full of silicone windshield sealer (available in most auto stores). Embed the original knob to be reproduced into this mix and allow silicone mold to cure (usually takes 48 hours). Carefully remove the knob. Mix Kwik Poly® to basic instructions (without fillers) and pour into cavity. Kwik Poly® will set up in minutes reproducing the exact original. The mold can be reused hundreds of times.

smallest details.

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Prices (as of 2/1/10)  Please note the change in price on all sizes greater than the Pint Kit.



Pint Kit $15.00
Quart Kit $35.00
1/2 Gallon Kit $47.00
1 Gallon Set $70.00
2 Gallon Set $95.00

Prices do not include shipping charges.

Kits include liquid, gloves, measuring cups, brushes and thickening agent.

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Ordering Information

To order Kwik Poly®, call us at 636-665-5665.  If we're not there, you can leave your name and phone number for a call back, or leave your name, shipping address, phone number, and what size kit/set you want on the voicemail.  You can also email this information to

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do other fillers and coatings.forms of accepted backing quickly and thoroughly. In cases where strength is a concern such as fenders, floorboards, and some body panels, fiberglass cloth is probably the best backing. However, muslin cloth used in bed sheets and even paper napkins may be utilized as a backing on fuel tanks, trim panels, ductwork, and fairings. Simply cut the backing to the desired size and shape, hold in place and brush on a good, wet coat of Kwik Poly®. The very thin Kwik Poly® will penetrate totally and lock the material down in minutes. If the cloth-repaired panel is to be sanded and finished off, it must be built up somewhat more. Following mixing instructions for adding fillers and thicken the succeeding coats to a heavy, smooth primer-like consistency which when brushed on will fill and provide a good build-up for adequate sanding and feathering edges. Usually two more coats would be needed although it really depends upon how thick the Kwik Poly® is mixed. Remember, it can be mixed to any consistency the job requires. When the problem is only mild pin holing and thin metal, a brush coat of thickened Kwik Poly®, the consistency of heavy syrup for example, will easily fill small holes. When slightly larger holes are encountered, a piece of clear packaging tape on the backside of the sheet prevents Kwik Poly® from coming through, and may be easily removed a few minutes later when Kwik Poly® has set.