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Loctite 0.85 fl. oz. Plastic Epoxy
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Loctite

0.85 fl. oz. Plastic Epoxy

  • 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
$547 /each

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Product Overview

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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Will it hold weight of handheld hand shower?

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?
Asked by: gv
You're better off putting silicone or shower sealant caulking behind the suction cup and sticking it back on the tile...let it set and dry the proper amount of time, and the suction cup shouldn't come off again. This has worked for me on my shower suction cup applications !
Answered by: Kericter
Date published: 2017-02-14

could i use this product to repair crack plastic fuel tank?

could i use this product to repair crack plastic fuel tank?
Asked by: MK
Plastic tanks for fuel are generally made from rotomolded polypropylene and as such, can't be repaired with typical chemical adhesives because the fuel contains ethanol and benzylic fraction hydrocarbons that will soften the adhesive over time. There are specialist shops with rf plastic welding equipment that can repair your fuel tank to original specs. These types of repairs are not the kind of repair you should do under the shade tree as fuel leaks can result in fires, explosions and loss of property and life. Loctite also makes and sells a cyanoacrylate based adhesive system for repair of LDPE, HDPE & Polypropylene. It will not survive exposure to fuels and will fail. That is why fuel tanks are generally made of steel and coated or made of PP.
Answered by: sweedld
Date published: 2017-06-21

Will it work on polycarbonate?

Glueing 2 oieces together.
Asked by: Ds
Loctite® Epoxy Plastic can be used as an adhesive for a wide range of plastic materials (including polycarbonate plastic) or as a versatile filler for gap filling, surface repairs and laminating.
Answered by: Henkel Corporation
Date published: 2017-06-05

I want to repair a coiled hose, replacing/gluing the metal faucet end into the plastic hose. Woul...

I want to repair a coiled hose, replacing/gluing the metal faucet end into the plastic hose. Would this be the appropriate glue?
Asked by: Betsy
Flexible plastic hose must perform under pressure and flow. It will shrink and swell when exposed to water flowing and possibly must also survive continual exposure to hot and cold running water. A repair that can match the original material for strength and flexibility will likely be made out of the exact same flexible hose (could be reinforced clear vinyl or solid color polyurethane line or even nylon or HDPE, lots of choice in water lines). So best bet is to try to find a splice repair kit that allows you to cut out the blown area and replace it with OEM patch. If the repair is at a terminal connector, unless the hose is very expensive due to length and what it is made of, then a repair will not hold unless you can find the terminating connector fittings for your exact diameter and hardness of hose line. Hydraulic fittings and lines are expensive and subject to extreme pressure and movement so many companies make up replacement lines to match the OEM lines on the spot. For low cost water lines, the expense of a re-fitting the connectors does not make sense so replacement becomes the only option. There are aftermarket replacement lines available at HD and plumbing supply stores. Bring your leaker line with you to compare length and exact size of fittings. Generally 1/4" NPT or 3/8" NPT for most household water lines. If you are asking about replacing the metal hose end on an outdoor landscaping coiled water hose, there are a bunch of easy to install kits that require you to simply cut the bad end off your hose coil and tighten the kit hose bib onto the clean cut end of the hose. Make sure the hose diameter in the repair kit matches your hose coil so things do fit together before tightening them up. This repair will add years to a serviceable coil hose with bent or cracked hose bib connectors. Very much worth doing unless the whole hose has broken down due to sunlight and exposure. Also the replacement hose bibs can be much higher quality than the origianl zinc plated steel hose ends and it makes connecting and disconnecting your water lines much easier and faster. Remember to pick up a pack of poly washers to replace any rotted out rubber hose washers.
Answered by: sweedld
Date published: 2017-06-02
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Customer Reviews

0.85 fl. oz. Plastic Epoxy is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect option for emergency use Cracked SCH 80 Tee on a half million gallon pool. Sealed perfect so pool was not shut down for large event unitl major repair can be done following week. Hoping it holds up until then but no leaks with all running at this time.
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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!
Date published: 2009-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2015-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2012-03-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked good on car mirror repair Glued plastic housing to car mirror that split (darn that garage!) plastic to plastic. so far so good.
Date published: 2012-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have an 150 gallon fresh water aquarium with a 30 gallon acrylic wet/dry filter (sump) and my sump had an 6 inch tear that keep growing, I applied as instructed and this epoxy exceeded all expectations. This product saved me over $300.00 in damages and replacement parts!!!
Date published: 2011-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2015-02-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked great This did the job repairing some plastic fence parts. My only complaint is the time it took to cure while I had to hold one piece together by hand....almost 15 minutes.
Date published: 2016-11-15
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