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  • Hand-mixable, 2-part epoxy putty stick made for water repairs
  • Lap Shear strength of 1300 PSI
  • Iron & stainless steel, copper, aluminum, fiberglass and more
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Product Overview

The J-B Weld Co. 2 oz. WaterWeld Epoxy Stick helps make repairs in moist applications and underwater applications. This epoxy adheres to a variety of surfaces including fiberglass, PVC plastic, copper, iron and aluminum.
  • Helps to make repairs in moist applications and underwater applications
  • Adheres to a variety of surfaces including fiberglass, PVC plastic, copper, iron and aluminum
  • Can be drilled, sanded, filed, tapped, machined and painted
  • For general-purpose repairs
  • Cures in 60 minutes
  • Great for plumbing
  • Great for fuel tanks
  • Great for marine and boats

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)1.1 inProduct Height (in.)7.5 in
Product Size (oz.)2Product Width (in.)3.9 in

Details

Adhesion levelHighCuring time (hours)1
Dry ColorWhiteEpoxy Accessory TypeTube
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesFormula1 Part
Glue/Epoxy TypeMetal Epoxy,Plastic EpoxyInterior/ExteriorInterior/Exterior
Package Quantity1Product FormPutty
Product Weight (oz.)2 ozRecommended SurfacesCeramic,Fiberglass,Metal,Plastic
Set Time (Min.)25Usage LocationGeneral

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.7
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  • 64%recommend this product
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Had a joint in my pressurized pvc irrigation system come loose. I thought this would be a good solution rather than cutting it out and replacing. Prepped the pipe with sanding and primer - use 3 tubes to put in on thick - let dry x 24 hrs - pressurinzed the system and it cracked
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Response from eSupportMay 23, 2022
Hi there, thank you for your review and we apologize for this experience. For a pressurized repair, we'd recommend starting with a wrap like our FiberWeld Pipe Repair Cast, and then applying WaterWeld over that. And note that three tubes of WaterWeld is quite thick and might require even longer cure times than the 24 hours indicated. Please email us at esupport@jbweld.com and we'll make this right for you!
    Didn't work.
    This ended up being a waste of time and money. We found a crack in our sprinkler line. I bought this because it says it even works underwater. It doesn't work anywhere. I tried using this on the crack and it just slid right off. There was no tight grip or seal. The part on top of the pipe laid there very loosely. The part on the bottom fell right off. I tried several different times and ended up just throwing it out.
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      Saved My Basement
      During a recent storm (the remnants of Hurricane Ida), I went downstairs to notice that a pinhole leak had formed in a wall of my basement. It was an area to which I had already applied DryLok, but I missed a pinhole spot and water was steadily streaming out from there. It was a small but constant (not dripping) leak, soaking through six paper towels in 15 minutes. I remembered I had Water Weld around for a different application - sealing up a PVC pipe joint that had a tiny leak - and thought I'd try it on this pinhole leak. Even though I was applying putty to a wet spot, with water coming out around the putty, it cured quickly and stopped the leak completely. I was amazed. I've since painted over it again with DryLok just to get the color to match, but given how long the rain continued to fall, I'm sure I would have had far less convenient things to do in the basement had I not had Water Weld around.
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        Saved My Basement
        During a recent storm (the remnants of Hurricane Ida), I went downstairs to notice that a pinhole leak had formed in a wall of my basement. It was an area to which I had already applied DryLok, but I missed a pinhole spot and water was steadily streaming out from there. It was a small but constant (not dripping) leak, soaking through six paper towels in 15 minutes. I remembered I had Water Weld around for a different application - sealing up a PVC pipe joint that had a tiny leak - and thought I'd try it on this pinhole leak. Even though I was applying putty to a wet spot, with water coming out around the putty, it cured quickly and stopped the leak completely. I was amazed. I've since painted over it again with DryLok just to get the color to match, but given how long the rain continued to fall, I'm sure I would have had far less convenient things to do in the basement had I not had Water Weld around.
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          Patched a leaking water pump!
          Over the weekend our household water supply pump housing began leaking. Water was spraying out over everything. I shut the ball valve to the bladder tank to save any remaining pressure then switched off the breaker to the pump. The water was leaking out of a hole in the "stainless steel" pump housing where it had rusted through. I used a Wood Carvers Supply Mastercarver 793800 Micro-Pro mini grinder with a #80 flap 5/8"x3/4" sander (631541) to grind the rust off the surface at the hole and another rusty area. Next, I cleaned these same areas with rubbing alcohol (I did not have denatured alcohol). I mixed, applied, and fully cured the JB Water Weld per the instructions. The result is a patch holding back 55psi of water pressure, staying on, and watertight in spite of the pump impeller vibration. This has been on for two days now with the pump cycling up to 55 psi. This is a “Heaven sent” temporary patch that hopefully will last until my replacement pump arrives. I would not have believed this would work but it did!
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            4 found this review helpful
            It worked well for fixing my bathroom leaking sink pipe
            My bathroom sink pipe was leaking. So, I used a quick, easy, cheap way by using WaterWeld product and it worked very well. I applied it to the leaking part of the iron pipe and waited just a couple of hours. Then, It prevented the leaking problem on the iron pipe and solved the problem. Here you can see how it works. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhpyBj_aAvE
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              • Recommended
              3 found this review helpful
              Fixed hole in vinyl siding
              After some workmen removed my downspout I noticed a few days later that they had left a hole in my vinyl siding. I bought some JB Water-weld to repair it myself. This stuff is great! After plugging the hole with a popsicle stick and some superglue, I mixed the Water-weld and applied. After it was cured I sanded and painted (took a piece of the siding to Home Depot paint dept.). I’m happy with the result!
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                • Recommended
                1 found this review helpful
                It works fine and I recommend.
                It works fine and I recommend.
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                • Recommended
                Used it to fasten casters on an item not intended...
                Used it to fasten casters on an item not intended to be moved, but it would serve my purpose if it could....so far it's doing the job.
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                The product was easy to combine together internally, I applied it to a 3/4" hole in my outside wa...
                The product was easy to combine together internally, I applied it to a 3/4" hole in my outside water fountain and placed some 1 side sticky foil over it and the next day refilled my fountain with water and it didn't leak! Its been in place for over a week and no more loss of water in my fountain!
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