The Original J-B Weld two-part epoxy cold weld system in a 10 oz. pro size Great for household repairs, automotive projects, plumbing and marine applications, crafts and more Sets in 4-6 hours at room temperature and cures dark grey in 15-24 hours and rated at a tensile strength of 3960 PSI Once cured it forms a permanent bond and can be shaped, tapped, filed, sanded and drilled and will withstand temperatures of up to 550 degrees Fahrenheit J-B Weld is proudly made in the USA For strong permanent repairs Can be formed, drilled, ground, tapped, machined, filled, sanded, and painted Stays pliable for 30 minutes after mixing, sets in 4-6 hours and cures fully in 15-24 hours Special Shipping Information: This item cannot be returned and has additional shipping restrictions J-B Weld Original Cold-Weld Formula Steel Reinforced EpoxyJ-B Weld is The Original Cold Weld two-part epoxy system that provides strong, lasting repairs to metal and multiple surfaces. Mixed at a ratio of 1:1, it forms a permanent bond and can be shaped, tapped, filed, sanded and drilled after curing. At room temperature, J-B Weld sets in 4-6 hours to a dark grey color. A full cure is reached in 15-24 hours. J-B Weld has a tensile strength of 3960 PSI and sets to a hard bond overnight. It can withstand temperatures up to 550ºF when fully cured.Use on:AutomotiveBrickConcreteEpoxy and AdhesivesFiberglassMetalAnd moreInstructions1. Prepare: Clean surface area of dirt, grease, oil, paint, or loose debris. For best results use a detergent or degreaser to first clean the surface, then roughen surface with file or coarse sandpaper to provide the best repair.2. Mix: Squeeze equal parts from each tube onto a disposable surface and mix thoroughly.3. Apply: Apply with appropriate tool in an even coat, weld bead or extruded shape as needed.4. Dry: Sets in 4-6 hours. Cures in 15-24 hours. Allow 4-6 hours before handling and 15 hours (minimum) before putting object back in use.J-B Weld is proudly made in the USA
WHEN TO USE EPOXY CEMENTWhen you need a strong rigid workable (e.g. sandable and/or paintable surface) adhesive, particularly for use on metal or hard plastic, epoxy is usually the best choice. Most epoxies dry with little running or shrinkage, and so are good for filling gaps. The major drawback to epoxies is that they consist of two parts (resin and hardener) which must be mixed in small batches, and then applied with your own applicator (e.g., a to..
I hate the choices at the big box stores and have had poor results from several name brands. I needed to 'weld' some dissimilar metals so I bought this larger size JB Weld. First, this is not the tiny 1 oz tubes that don't have enough material to glue anything other than costume jewelry. Of course, 10 ozs is more expensive, but it also has a long shelf life so if you are any kind of handyperson, you will likely use it before it expires. (Also, it is not in those si..