"I used this product outside for fixing a gate post to a brick wall. I had no problems with the curing time. I then went to use the rest of the tube at least 1 year later, I found the spare nozzle Brock off the harden resin and it worked again perfectly, the time as anchor bolts for fence posts. Again I had no issues with the curing although I suspect the temperatures were much lower. I have not used any other resins to compare against but comparatively it is much cheaper and seems to do the job."
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Review 2 for No Nonsense Vinylester Resin Fast Curing 175ml
"I thought I would give this a try seeing as it's half the price of the Fischer Vinylester Resin 145ml and you get more.
After using the Fischer Vinylester Resin this sets too fast for me. No time to clean up or if it runs out half way through filling a hole you've got no time to get another cartridge in the gun and finish filling the hole before it's hard.
This is a dual sack cartridge which once you start using you have to finish because it will harden inside, whereas the Fischer Vinylester Resin cartridge has two dedicated chambers and mixes in the nozzle so all you have to do is discard the nozzle and cap the cartridge to preserve for later.
The smell from this is a bit overpowering and you have to have good ventilation, whereas there's no such problem with Fischer Vinylester Resin.
Still you pays your money and takes your choice."
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Review 3 for No Nonsense Vinylester Resin Fast Curing 175ml
"I tried to use this to fix four studs embedded in a shelf. By the time I had injected the fourth hole the first two holes had cured. This was only about 45 seconds! I think that the temperature may have a strong effect on the cure time for this resin. I was working indoors at about 18 degrees C. When I did a trial run in the garage at about 5 degrees C there was no problem. One possibility to extend the working time, which I haven't tried yet, would be to chill the resin in the fridge (or possibly even the freezer) and also chill the rod. I'm looking for suitable conventional brackets now, having filled the four large holes in the wall."