Whitecap Bonding Agent Contractor Strength
Whitecap Contractor Strength is a vinyl acetate homopolymer bonding agent used for adhesion between portland cement surfaces.  Use of Whitecap Contractor Strength is appropriate for new or existing concrete, stucco and masonry construction.

The product is available in 1 gallon / 3.8 liter and 5 gallon / 18.9 liter.

Whitecap Contractor Strength is nontoxic, nonflammable, and freeze / thaw stable.  
It cleans up easily.

When rolled on surfaces as an adhesive Whitecap Contractor Strength will cover approximately 300 square feet.

Application / Surface Bonding Agent:

 The porosity of the surface will affect the coverage. Apply new concrete, masonry mortar or stucco when Whitecap Contractor Strength is tacky to the touch. Avoid application over bonder that has dried. Reapply Whitecap Contractor Strength to areas that have dried.  Weather conditions may cause drying at a more rapid rate, requiring faster application of concrete, masonry mortar or stucco.

Do not apply cement mortars in temperatures below 50°F / 10°C or when temperatures are expected to drop below 40°F / 50°C in the following 48 hour period.  

Whitecap Contractor Strength will freeze at temperatures below 32°F / 0°C.  In case of freezing, let thaw slowly at room temperature for several days.  Mix thoroughly before using.

Warranty: Manufacturers of Western Blended Products (WBP) warrants for ONE year the products to be of merchantable quality and suitable for the general purpose for which they were intended, when applied in accordance with WBP instructions.  Manufacturers of WBP do not warrant its products to be suitable for any purpose or use other than for which they were intended.  Liability under this warranty is limited to supplying new material without charge, or at manufacturers of WBP discetion, a  refund of the purchase price.  In the event of a claim under this warranty, written notice must be given to the originating plant of the WBP goods at the address shown hereon.  This limited warranty is issued and accepted in lieu of all other expressed warranties, and expressly excludes liability for consequential damages.  Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.  This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state.