should be clean and free from grease and oil. Slightly roughen the
surface with a wire brush or sandpaper. Cut off desired length of
Automotive Epoxy Putty and knead until uniform color is obtained.Putty
turns a grey when completely mixed.
Bonding metal,glass,ceramic,wood,many rigid plastics,china,tile,fiberglass,concrete and stone.
Can be combined with fiberglass cloth for a durable patch.
the putty within 2minutes of mixing,working it firmly into the crack or
hole. For bonding, place the putty between the surfaces and apply firm
pressure to ensure intimate contact with both surfaces. For a smooth
finish, rub the putty with a damp cloth prior to hardening.
time is approximately 3 minutes. After 5 to 10 minutes the putty will
harden and form a tenacious bond. After 60 minutes, the puttty can be
sanded, drilled or painted.
metal, glass, ceramic, wood, many rigid plastics, china, tile,
fiberglass,concrete and stone. Can be combined with fiberglass cloth for
a durable patch.
Not Recommended For:
Polyethylene, polypropylene, Nylon,Teflon or flexible materials.
Applying at temperatures above 120°F (49°C)
Continuously wet areas or water immersion
Cured putty may be cut away with cautin using a sharp blade.
STEP 1 Cut: Cut off a piece of epoxy putty that is large enough to complete the repair.
STEP 2 Mix: Using moist hands, carefully and thoroughly knead the two-component putty together to a uniform color.
STEP 3 Apply:
Press putty firmly onto target area. If necessary, secure the putty
using a clamp or similar device for 15-20 minutes. Epoxy Putty will
harden in 1 hour and will reach full strength in 24 hours.