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8 fl. oz. PVC Pipe Cement

  • Includes glue for filling gaps
  • Suitable for PVC pipe
  • Ideal for potable water, pressure, and non-pressure applications
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Product Overview

Christy's Red Hot Blue Glue 8 fl. oz. PVC Pipe Cement is ideal for situations needing quick or immediate pressurization. It gap-filling capabilities make it a good choice for working in most types of weather conditions to seal pressure and non-pressure, potable and non-potable PVC pipes. Size of 8 fl. oz.
  • PVC solvent cement that works in most of weather conditions, wet or dry
  • Fast, quick set that is ideal for situations requiring quick or immediate pressurization
  • Medium-bodied formulation that provides excellent gap-filling capability and a bond for life
  • Low VOC formulation that is environmentally friendly
  • For use on pressure and non-pressure, potable and non-potable PVC pipe through 6 in., interference fit
  • Can has applicator in lid for ease of use
  • Meets ASTM D-2564 standards and is NSF 14/61 listed
  • Blue in color to show quantity applied
  • NSF and IAPMO listed for PW, DWV and SW

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.75
Product Height (in.)
3.75
Product Width (in.)
2.75

Details

Applicator in lid
Yes
Colored
Yes
Maintenance, Repair & Supplies Product Type
Pipe Cement, Primer & Cleaner
Pack Size
1
Pipe Material/Type
PVC
Quantity (oz.)
8
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited to replacement of defective product.

Questions & Answers

10Questions43Answers

Is Christ's red hot blue glue suitable for pvc 1120 and can it be used under air pressure?

Asked by Pn1 August 1, 2019
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Yes

In the video when he wipes at the run off blue glue with a towel, it's still there. Does the blue...

Asked by Glenn April 10, 2019
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It stains the PVC. I've been able to get most of it off with Goof-Off if I get it almost immediately. Otherwise, forget it. Some joints you don't necessarily care if the blue stuff shows (like the one below I am going to bury anyway) but others, I care a lot. It's one of the worst things about this product. I don't care if it's rated "#1 with contractors" - I'm going back to the competitor product that is clear.

Repair crack pipe

Asked by Kevin November 21, 2018
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No , the pipe cement will not repair cracked pipe. Better off replacing the section of pipe. And don’t forget the primer when putting it together.

Can I use this glue with PVC for lawn sprinkler system?

Asked by Vic June 7, 2018
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Yes

Once cured, what is the max water temperature that can be used?

Asked by aaabbb November 19, 2017
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Should state on the can/directions useable conditions and parameters are allowed/acceptable for the product, depending of course on pipe schedule, duration,pressure, temps, etc..

after cementing 1" PVC, How long should I wait to pressurize the system.? (80 PSI @ 70 degrees)

Asked by John March 20, 2017
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I waited 3 hrs.

Is this item allowed for check-in in the aircraft?

Asked by Angel November 29, 2016
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The airlines are getting very particular about what you can and cannot take onboard nowadays. And different airlines have different rules. My guess is that an unopened can wold be OK in your checked bag. But your best bet is to contact your airline and make sure.

Can I use Christas red hot blue glue to cement PVC and ABS pipe together

Asked by Phil June 23, 2016
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Yes you can

can i use this cement cpvc pipe

Asked by digger May 4, 2016
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No, this is for PVC pipe only. For CPVC pipe and fittings, you need a CPVC cement.

Can I use this pipe cement indoors? If so, what precautions should I take?

Asked by Moose November 27, 2015
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Yes, but make sure of adequate ventilation

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Like this product it's easy to apply and quick on sealing
Like this product it's easy to apply and quick on sealing
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So simple and easy to use no primer required always holds great! Only pvc glue I buy.
So simple and easy to use no primer required always holds great! Only pvc glue I buy.
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I will probably not buy this product again. I have installed systems with the clear cement and w...
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I will probably not buy this product again. I have installed systems with the clear cement and with this. It's not that it leaks. BUT: *It drips -- a LOT *Unlike the clear cement, the drips are dark blue. This cement leaves unsightly marks on my work wherever it drips *I like my valves and joints to line up perfectly, and when doing more than one joint at a time, this cement often sets before I have time to align all my parts perfectly *It is so thick that it piles up inside the pipes. I use the recommended primer and the applicators in the cans. When I look down the pipe at the inside of my joint and I can see buildup where the cement has been 'plowed' up by the pipe as it slides into the fitting. Seems like this would impede flow....that is, until the chunk of cured cement breaks off and moves down tube to clog a valve or spray nozzle
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We bought a house that has a little bit of age (just after WWII built). The lawn sprinklers were old and fatigued and were easy to break if digging to close. The PVC pipe that is installed is the old blue thin wall type which I do not think is made anymore. Long story short, when I would dig a hole and the PVC pipe would break, I would gather my PVC repair tools, which included this glue to make the repairs. The glue is fast drying, easy to apply and seals joints as if they were melted together. In general practice, I would cut bad pipe, sand ends about an inch, then apply the glue and connect the new part to the old part. I would hold the part in place for about 30 seconds and lightly give it a twist to check the bond. After about 5 to 10 minutes, I would turn on the sprinkler valve to check for leaks. So far, I have been very lucky not to have any leaks occur after a repair. At the time of this post, this would be my 6th repair with the sprinkler PVC pipe using this blue glue. And I can say honestly, the glue works. Read the instructions, go to youtube, watch a video. If this glue is applied correctly, then it will work. I bought another can of blue glue because I know this will not be the last time I will need to repair the sprinkler system. Sincerely, an honest homeowner.
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It did its job. The product worked fine, just followed the instructions.
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Worked-- solid meld first time!
Worked-- solid meld first time!
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