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Loctite 0.47 fl. oz. Five Minute Instant Mix Epoxy
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0.47 fl. oz. Five Minute Instant Mix Epoxy

$4.81 /each

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The Loctite Instant Mix 0.47 fl. oz. Epoxy has an advanced self-mixing nozzle applicator for delivering exactly mixed adhesive with precision placement. It bonds together most household materials and is resistant to solvents, impact and moisture. It can be sanded or painted when cured.

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  • Bonds with wood, metal, ceramic, glass, plastic and most other household materials
  • Can be painted or sanded when cured
  • Sets in 5 minutes, cures fully in just 1 hour
  • 2-part formula is mixed exactly in the dispenser
  • Resists water, solvents and impacts

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Can this be used to bond broken marble?

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December 28, 2014
A small piece of marble broke off from a marble table top. Could this be used to glue it back and expect it to hold for years?
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January 5, 2015
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Epoxy will bond this material, however its ability to "hold" depends on the quality of your bonding installation. It will also depend on use of the table top; is this an area that will need to support weight, use, wear/tear, etc...
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December 30, 2014
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Yes, our Loctite Instant Mix Epoxy can be used on marble. It is considered a permanent repair.
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does epoxy come in clear. the one we bought was translucent yellow

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Most epoxy cures to a yellow'ish tint. This will vary based on the ratio of hardner to base material and can also vary slightly, batch-to-batch.
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July 22, 2013
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Loctite does offer clear-cure formulations, but our Loctite epoxies are not clear-cure due to the polymercaptan curing agent which gives it the translucent yellow color. To recommend a clear-cure formula requires an understanding of the specific substrates you are bonding. Our Loctite Consumer Help Line 1-800-624-7767 is staffed Monday - Friday 9am-4pm EST and can offer more specific advice on your Read More
Loctite does offer clear-cure formulations, but our Loctite epoxies are not clear-cure due to the polymercaptan curing agent which gives it the translucent yellow color. To recommend a clear-cure formula requires an understanding of the specific substrates you are bonding. Our Loctite Consumer Help Line 1-800-624-7767 is staffed Monday - Friday 9am-4pm EST and can offer more specific advice on your application. Read Less
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Bond to leather

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September 27, 2016
Can I use this to protect the toes on my steel toe leather work boots?
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September 28, 2016
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The Loctite 5 minute Instant Mix Epoxy will bond to metal. However it may not work well with leather. The epoxy is rigid when cured. It does not bond well to flexible materials.
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Example: How do I get the doors to shut?

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September 22, 2016
Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
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September 23, 2016
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We regret there is not enough information available to answer your question. You are welcome to call our Help Line at 1-800-624-7767 for further assistance
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0.47 fl. oz. Five Minute Instant Mix Epoxy is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use epoxy I have found that this fills the need for my intended use. No need for mixing cups, sticks & prep work. Simply attacha a mixing tip and inject useable 2-part epoxy right out of the tip. I would not recomend this if you needc just one little shot of glue because you do use/loose a fair amount in the mixing tip. Great for "production line" use where you will need at least half the containers worth of glue in a few minute time frame. Aroma is a little strong but nothing a-typical of any epoxy glue product.
Date published: 2012-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I use it all the time I use this all the time. Great for small projects and less mess and waste with the premixers compared with hand mixers. The plunger has to pushed kind of hard and not expect to be a le to reuse any unused material left in the dispenser at a later date because. Also discard the first few drops to ensure a well mixed product. I have probably used 10-20 of these for various repairs over the last few years.
Date published: 2013-10-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not for occassional use Product comes with two applicators, which are required for use. The applicators are not re-useable, so after two uses, the remaning material is unavailable. Would be satisfactory if using over half the glue per application.
Date published: 2013-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Stuff I used this for a project where I had cut channels inside pieces of HDPE and was bolting metal inside those channels. There were areas that I wanted to fill some large voids between the two pieces. It said it doesn’t bond to HDPE (not much does) but I was looking for support, not bonding. I endued up using 2.5 bottles and kept one extra nozzle for next time I use the last ½ a bottle. I like the long mixing nozzle as it’s easy to get the epoxy where you want it and there’s no mixing. My only gripe is that when you need to get a lot out of a bottle at a time there is resistance and it can cause some sore fingers/hands with all the pushing. In the end it worked perfectly – dried rock hard and slightly translucent yellow (not worried about color).
Date published: 2015-12-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Complete waste of time, effort and money. I bought this to simply glue the appendages back on a small ceramic figurine. I would have preferred the clear version but Home Depot did not carry that. I followed the directions to a "T" and 2 hours later the glue has not hardened. Other reviewers mentioned a strong smell but mine had No Smell at all. I can only conclude that I got a bad batch of chemicals that had no reaction when combined. I agree with others that the dispenser is awkward to use as it seems to be designed for larger stronger hands than I have! I could see things were not going well so I put the second applicator on the tube and dispensed some on a paper clip to attach it to a safety pin, since this product is supposed to glue metal as well as ceramic. 2 hours later I lift the safety pin and the paper clip slides off. Complete fail.
Date published: 2015-12-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works too well In between setting an overlay (no longer than 30 seconds) to a piece of furniture the glue hardened in the applicator. Tried prying the hardened glue it but it had already set. Wish there was a applicator cap to prevent this or so I could use one applicator more than once. Works very well but not on length of usage.
Date published: 2015-01-14
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