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First, yes, that is a whole lot of pooling of the Tank Sealer. It would have been much better to keep rolling and turning the tank so all that excess Tank Sealer could have been evenly distributed over the entire inside of the tank versus just that section.

 

Here is what you can do:

 

1) Put a shop vac (or similar) on the tank so you get air flowing inside the tank.

 

2) Add humidity to the room where the tank is curing.

 

3) Wait seven days and poke that area with an unfolded wire coat hanger (or similar). If it is soft, let the tank cure longer. If it has hardened up, then you are good.

 

Please let us know if this helps and if you have any additional questions.

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