Swimming Pool Vinyl Step Repair Kit VSRK-60
Cracked or leaking pool step tread?
- Replace tread permanently with our high-quality repair kit
- Stop water loss due to cracked step
- Easy and straight-forward instructions
- Just trim to fit and adhere with our super-strong structural repair compound
The new AquaBond® VSRK-60 Swimming Pool Vinyl Step Repair Kit has everything you need to do a high quality, long-lasting step tread replacement/repair.
VSRK-60 Vinyl step Repair Kit
One 12" x 60" Non-skid-patterned vinyl tread (trim to fit)
One cartridge of SRX-3000-400 structural repair compound
Two SM-300LL static mixers
One DM-400 Dispensing gun
VS-1260 12" x 60" Vinyl Step Tread Only
One 12" x 60" Non-skid-patterned vinyl tread
Our new, INCREASED FLEXIBILITY 400ml structural adhesive that’s suitable for bonding dissimilar materials, plastics, composites, metals, concrete and more.
(Includes one 400ml cartridge and two SM-3000LL static mixer tips)
(Requires DM-400 dispensing gun)
This product CANNOT SHIP Overnight, Next Day or 2nd Day.
400ml Hand-Held Dispenser Gun Only
The AquaBond DM-400 is used to dispense AquaBond 400ml cartridges through our SM-0824 static mixer tips
SM-3000LL Static Mixers
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Instructions for above waterline installation
IMPORTANT: SRX-3000-400 sets quickly! Working time may be 5 minutes or less, so be prepared, trimmed and organized before applying the adhesive.
Chase the crack flat with a grinder, moto-tool or saw blade to give the crack some depth and allow better adhesion for the SRX-3000-400 Structural Repair Compound.
Wipe all working areas with isopropyl alcohol or acetone to remove any dust and residue.
Cut the new step tread to size. Trim front edge of new tread to fit 1/2" to 3/4" in from rounded front edge of the original step. You can score lines several times with a utility knife then bend-and-snap, or use heavy duty scissors.
Sand the edges and corners smooth for safety and an attractive appearance when the job is finished. Round-off the four corners and soften sharp edges.
Fill all uneven surfaces in the old step tread with adhesive and apply adhesive liberally to entire backside of the new tread before setting it in place.
Place the tread NON-SKID SIDE UP. Press along the entire length to evenly distribute the adhesive. Create a nice bead of adhesive all around the new tread to give it a smooth transition to the original step.
You can wipe excess adhesive with a cloth wetted with isopropyl alcohol or acetone.
Finish-sand the repair as needed. Congratulations, you're done!