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Loctite

Model 1365736

Internet #100371835

Store SKU #615274

8 fl. oz. Professional Job Size Epoxy

$15.67 /each

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Loctite Epoxy Heavy Duty is a two-part adhesive consisting of an epoxy resin and a hardener. When mixed in equal volumes, resin and hardener react to produce a tough, rigid, high strength bond in 5 minutes for most projects. It can be used as an adhesive for a wide range of materials or as versatile filler for gap bonding, surface repairs and laminating. Loctite Epoxy Heavy Duty does not shrink and is resistant to water and most common solvents. It can be tinted with earth pigments, cement or sand for color matching. It can be sanded and drilled.

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  • Works with wood, metal, glass, ceramic, plastic and most other common materials
  • 2-part resin and hardener formula makes a permanent bond
  • Sets in just 5 minutes, cures fully in 24 hours
  • 8oz job size for larger projects
  • 1 time application; will not shrink over time
  • Resistant to water, solvents, moisture, and impact
  • Can be tinted to match surrounding materials for a long lasting professional finish
  • Won’t crack when drilled
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Is it paintable

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August 14, 2015
Im filling in cracks in wood. Can I paint it?
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July 13, 2016
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Dear Loctite, It would be helpful if it said on the box that this product is NOT printable or stainable.
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Generally speaking, with proper preparation, this can be painted over. Epoxy will usually have a film on the surface that, if scuffed, can be painted after use of a primer. An alternative suggestion might be to use a wood filler, unless there is a need for an epoxy bond to strengthen the wood area.
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August 17, 2015
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The Loctite Professional Epoxy is not paintable.
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August 15, 2015
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This product cannot be painted or stained.
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make hard plastic part

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October 11, 2015
I want to make a part for short term replacement of a metal part. Can I make a mold and pour epoxy to cast the part?
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As they say, they don't. Neat epoxy resins are brittle. However, you can add fillers to any epoxy that will make it much stronger. Talcum powder, small fibers, etc. I used to make solid rocket motors and that's how we made most of the parts. Epoxy and carbon, aramid (Kevlar), mineral fibers, etc. We usually have 90-95% filler and the rest epoxy. The epoxy is actually the weak part, but once filled, the Read More
As they say, they don't. Neat epoxy resins are brittle. However, you can add fillers to any epoxy that will make it much stronger. Talcum powder, small fibers, etc. I used to make solid rocket motors and that's how we made most of the parts. Epoxy and carbon, aramid (Kevlar), mineral fibers, etc. We usually have 90-95% filler and the rest epoxy. The epoxy is actually the weak part, but once filled, the solids form a structural matrix that can't be beat. You just have to be careful of solids loading in your case because of entrapped air, which will ruin everything. You may want to stick with a powder, but not too much that it becomes too thick since you have to cast it. Again, too thick will cause entrapped air. We also use solid-filled rubber to make our rocket propellant, and air entrapment is a big deal. Read Less
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October 12, 2015
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In response to your inquiry, we do not manufacture an epoxy that can be used as a cast in a mold.
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Is this a clear epoxy?

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Most epoxy will dry to a semi-clear finish; usually with a slight yellow'ish tint.
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May 23, 2015
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The Loctite 8 fl.-oz. Professional Job Size Epoxy will dry clear.
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can I use this product to repair a fishing rod

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Depending on the intended fix required on the rod, this may work.
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May 18, 2015
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In answer to your question regarding the Loctite Professional Heavy Duty Epoxy, whether or not this product may be used for your repair is dependent upon several factors. These factors include, but are not limited to substrates involved, whether or not the product will be exposed to water (it is not recommended for water immersion), and what it will be subjected to. It would be recommended to contact the Read More
In answer to your question regarding the Loctite Professional Heavy Duty Epoxy, whether or not this product may be used for your repair is dependent upon several factors. These factors include, but are not limited to substrates involved, whether or not the product will be exposed to water (it is not recommended for water immersion), and what it will be subjected to. It would be recommended to contact the manufacturer of the fishing rod for a possible recommendation on how to go about completing the repair. Read Less
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 5 Minute Work Time I’ve used the same stuff in the smaller tubes before. This acted no different. Prepare your surface ahead of time. Mask any surface you want to keep clear of the epoxy glue. Mix equal ratios in a disposable cup and apply. Starts to harden in about 5 minutes. Worked great. Working consistency of thick honey. These 8oz bottles allow you to mix up only what is needed and not waste product in mixing tips. November 26, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great! We use this in sealing and setting our electronic boards in our products. Sets at the 5 min mark like it says, and seals very good and is very strong. We mix a tad bit of black dye to obscure and privatize our product. The reviewer below who said it never set well must have mixed it incorrectly. If you follow the directions, mix for about a minute well, and pour, it will work. Used to use the smaller size, but due to volume now buy this bigger size. June 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by glue The product is no longer on the shelf,although your notice to me by email said it was in store.It used to be in store,and like many products,in my view,doesnt compare well costwise,so it was mooved elsewhere.The product is great(you once carried an even bigger size),but the rigamarole to get to my hand was too-too involved.I have about used the epoxy up ande it is soon time to replace it.I probably wont make HD my first choice. Thanks March 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Granite Repair I broke a piece of granite that I was installing as a shower pan topper. The piece was 6.5" wide and 1" thick. I was skeptical if it would hold or not, but they couldn't match the granite very well, so I decided I'd at least try and repair it. The loctite epoxy worked great. I could even pick up the granite and even sat a 60lbs kettle bell on the joint with it lifted up, it held great. You still can get some movement, so make sure you keep it flat. The board I was using wasn't exactly flat, hints the reason I sat a 60lb kettle bell on it. I just shimmed it up and set the weight on it to see if I could get it to move some. I was able to get some movement over and hours time. Now it's totally flat and I was able to set it in the thin set mortar. it looks great and you can barely tell it was ever broke. June 10, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Never Set Properly I work for a local and we recently tried out two different brands of epoxy to seal a few cracks in a concrete floor. The first was gorilla glue brand epoxy the second was these 8 oz. Professional job size epoxies. The gorilla glue epoxy worked great. These 8 oz. professional job size never set properly and remained sticky and soft. It was very disappointing. August 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Unlimited purpose epoxy The product has countless uses, and I have only discovered about 40-50 of them to date. It is easy to use and apply, has a reasonable cure time and is extremely strong and durable. I will try to never be without this epoxy as it has come in handy many, many times. December 26, 2009
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