Automotive Epoxy Putty is a fast setting, industrial strength compound that enables permanent repairs to anything made of steel or other metals. It does not shrink and is resistant to most common solvents. It can be sanded, drilled and painted after 60 minutes. Each stick of putty contains pre-measured portions of resin and hardener throughout therefore no measuring or mixing tools are necessary. Both components react to produce a hard, tough, permanent and waterproof bond on a wide range of materials.
To repair iron pipes, tanks, tools, stripped threads, molds and ductwork.
To bond aluminum, iron, steel, wood and masonry.
Rebuilding small engine parts, sealing leaks and filling cracks and voids in metal.
Not Recommended For
Potable water systems
Polyethylene and polypropylene
Continuous exposure to temperatures above 250°F (121°C)
High impact resistance
Won't crack when drilled
Moulds into different shapes
Will fit into any shape of crack
Does not shrink
Sandable and paintable
Blends with surroundings
Convenient putty format
Easy to use; No drips or runs; No measuring or mixing tools required
Wear gloves and wash hands after use.
Surfaces should be chean 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.
Apply 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. Working 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.
Cured putty may be cut away with cautin using a sharp blade.