Used this to repair a cracked concrete bird bath. Bird bath is 2 feet wide with a leaking crack running 2/3rds of the way across the base. Best way to describe the end result is it's essentially an epoxy weld.
It's very easy to use and doesn't expand like other adhesives. It adheres to practically anything and hardens rock solid (although not a brittle solid). It dries a pale grey but is paintable if needed.
Highly recommended for tough adhesion jobs.
Used this to connect my brake line brackets to my...
April 15, 2020
Used this to connect my brake line brackets to my newly installed rear axle. I had already rebuilt the axle and didn’t want to risk getting something too hot by welding the brackets. It’s going to be plenty strong enough for my purpose.
I've been using J-B Weld for 50 years - it's my "goto" epoxy. The best feature for me is I can align the parts for best fit before it sets up. I've even used it to re-size one of my rings which became too large and I needed make it "tighter fitting" so I put a couple of thin layers inside the band. It seems I got smaller as my age increased. It's been on the ring for over two years.
My photos indicate a true heat test for J-B Weld. I probably could have cut and drilled the grill, but I wanted to be up and grilling the next night. I have always used J-B. Love it. Seldom has it ever failed me. I have yet to try the quickset, but I most likely will soon.
I love putting broken objects back together again. The scrapes and breaks reveal a part of its history and adds to its charm.
Paradise Markets's park bench was smashed to smithereens by a runaway tractor tire that finally came to a stop directly below a sign that reads, "CUSTOMER PARKING ONLY."
Thank goodness it happened on the only day of the week Paradise is closed, Monday.
J-B Weld is the ONLY epoxy I trust to get the job done right the FIRST time.
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