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Loctite

Model 1360788

Internet #100371824

Store SKU #234058

0.85 fl. oz. Plastic Epoxy

$5.47 /each
  • Can be used as an adhesive for a wide range of plastic materials
  • versatile filler for gap filling, surface repairs and laminating
  • convenient dual syringe delivers equal parts of both components

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Loctite Epoxy Plastic Bonder is an acrylic formula that is specially formulated to bond and repair plastic surfaces. The convenient double syringe dispenses equal amounts of each component every time. When mixed in equal volumes, the components react to produce a tough, rigid, high strength bond in 20 to 25 minutes. Loctite Epoxy Plastic Bonder does not shrink and is resistant to water, most common solvents and shop fluids. It has high impact resistance and can be sanded and drilled.

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  • Repairs and bonds most plastic materials, including ABS, hard plastic, soft plastic, PVC and fiberglass
  • 2-part formula consists of resin and hardener
  • Permanent high bond strength
  • Dual syringe allows a precise mixture in every application
  • Resistant to water, solvents, moisture and impact
  • Resistant to water, solvents, moisture, and impact

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Can you use this to repair a crack in a plastic touch fender

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June 20, 2016
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The Loctite Epoxy Plastic can be used to fill a small crack in a fender. It should not be used as a primary means of support if the fender has become detached from the truck.
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June 19, 2016
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This will repair a crack in a fender.
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Does this dry clear?

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June 16, 2016
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No, this epoxy does not dry clear.
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June 16, 2016
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The Loctite Plastics Epoxy dries translucent yellow
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Can this product be used on foam planes or will it melt styrofoam?

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March 21, 2016
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The Loctite Plastic Epoxy is not recommended on foam planes or any other types of foam.
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March 20, 2016
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This can be used for most plastic materials, including ABS, hard plastic, soft plastic, PVC and fiberglass.
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Will it hold weight of handheld hand shower?

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I have a shower suction cup that keeps on falling down. I have tiles in the shower and don't want to risk cracking the tile while trying to drill holes in it. Can this epoxy withstand the weight of the hand shower and water?
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There are not many compounds that will adhere to smooth, slick porcelain or ceramic tile. It is made for plastic to plastic gluing . You can drill ceramic tile with a glass drill bit, or a dedicated ceramic tile drill bit, without breaking the tile. Just let the drill cut thru the tile, without a lot of weight/pressure on drill. After you attach the part you need in the drilled hole, may want to use Read More
There are not many compounds that will adhere to smooth, slick porcelain or ceramic tile. It is made for plastic to plastic gluing . You can drill ceramic tile with a glass drill bit, or a dedicated ceramic tile drill bit, without breaking the tile. Just let the drill cut thru the tile, without a lot of weight/pressure on drill. After you attach the part you need in the drilled hole, may want to use clear or white silicon sealant/caulk in any space that may be left, as to make it waterproof. Good Luck Read Less
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December 30, 2015
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The Loctite Epoxy Plastic is recommended for bonded two plastics together, such as, ABS, fiberglass, and many other rigid plastics. It would not be recommended for a shower application where there is constant moisture. The Loctite Epoxy Marine is probably the better product to use.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Caution! - Poor Instructions, Plunger Came Right Off... Purchased this as it sounded perfect to repair broken plastic part on refrigerator. Am always wary of these adhesives so checked manufacturer's promotion piece on how to use on 'YouTube'. The instructions on the package are woefully inadequate: "1. Remove cap from plunger. 2. Pull plunger back slightly..." Needless to say the whole plunger just came adrift and spilled everywhere. September 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quick Plastic Epoxy Seal Fix I sealed the cracked base of a basketball post. Filled with water to the max and no leaks at all. This stuff works and it was a cheap solution. Easy to use and apply. September 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product for repairing hard plastics I bought this to repair my daughter's plastic toy that had broken. I've had mixed success with super glue (cyanoacrylate) on many hard plastics, so I gave this a try. Given the nature of the broken plastic, I was skeptical anything would work, but this worked very well and was surprisingly strong. I have since used it to repair a cracked cap on a rattle spray can--it was a shiny slick plastic that I didn't think could be repaired--I know that superglue does not work with that plastic. But the epoxy bonded well and rescued the cap. And I just used it on a camping tarp to re-attach a plastic grommet that had fallen off. I've now added this epoxy to my camping repair kit. Like any 2 part epoxy, follow the instructions and mix the two parts well before applying it. And despite the claim of a quick drying time, I usually let it sit overnight to fully cure before I touch the object. I also keep the syringe sealed in a ziploc bag when I store it with the hopes that it will last a little longer, and also handle any leaking from the container. As others have noted, this product is not designed for polyethylene, polypropylene, Teflon or other non-stick surfaces, and is not for wet areas or submerged items. Since I know very little about identifying plastics, and since polyethylene and polypropylene and very common plastics, I guess I'm just going to have to try this epoxy on a plastic and see if it works. I guess for now my general assumption will be that it may not work with softer plastics. May 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product (if you follow instructions) I made the same mistake as other users and the product didn't "cure" after 48 hours. The step I missed was mixing the two together (thoroughly) on a paper plate prior to applying it to the plastic. If you fail to do this the product will be a gooey mess the next day. February 17, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Bad container? The glue itself did what it was supposed to do on a couple of projects, but that was all I was able to use the glue for. I was even able to bond wood and aluminum together! Unfortunately the tube it came it leaked the hardener all over the inside of my toolbox. It came out from the backside of the tube where the black handle goes into the clear container. The next time I tried to use it, there was nothing left but the yellow side. If it wasn't for this, I'd definitely buy this again. August 18, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good product for some plastic items... The particular job I got this for it did not work on. But have used it on other items and it seems to do a good job. First item was an impellar on a carpet machine. It had a crack, tried glueing it but with the fast spinning motion it would not hold. March 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by plastic weld this is a highly chemical resistant bonding material,and stronger than fiberglass!I have used it on areas in need of repair where gasoline,and gasahol are used,and to repair and reform where my atv plastic was broken.It's about indestructable material when it is cured.Love this product for its overall aplications,durability,and strength! October 21, 2009
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Healed fiberglass pressure tank for well My 20 yr. old fiberglass pressure tank for my well water supply developed a slow leak at the base. I cleaned it, dried it with a heat gun, globbed on the epoxy and waited. NO drip. And that was 2 years ago. It does what it claims. The odor is pretty intense, so keep a fan blowing. March 10, 2012
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