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J-B Weld 8265S Original Steel Reinforced Epoxy Twin Pack - 2 oz

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  • Will set in 4-6 hours, and cure in 16-24 hours
  • Waterproof, petroleum, chemical, and acid resistant when fully cured
  • Can be drilled, tapped, machined, filed, sanded and painted
  • Stong and nontoxic after it has set and temperature resistant up to 500F
  • Tensile strength is 3,960 PSI
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J-B Weld 8265S Original Steel Reinforced Epoxy Twin Pack - 2 oz + J-B Weld 8276 KwikWeld Quick Setting Steel Reinforced Epoxy - 2 oz + J-B Weld 8267-S SteelStik Steel Reinforced Epoxy Putty Stick - 2 oz
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Product Information

Size: 2 oz
Technical Details
BrandJ-B Weld
Item Weight0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions0.8 x 4.9 x 7.9 inches
Item model number828z
Manufacturer Part Number8265S
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #194 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Product Description

Size: 2 oz

J-B Weld is The Original Cold Weld two-part epoxy system that provides strong, lasting repairs to metal and multiple surfaces. Mixed at a ratio of 1:1, it forms a permanent bond and can be shaped, tapped, filed, sanded and drilled after curing. At room temperature, J-B Weld sets in 20-25 minutes to a dark grey color. A full cure is reached in 15-24 hours. J-B Weld has a tensile strength of 3960 PSI and sets to a hard bond overnight. It can withstand temperatures up to 550ºF when fully cured.

From the Manufacturer

J-B Weld KwikWeld SteelStik HighHeat AutoWeld MinuteWeld
Tensile Strength 3960 PSI 2424 PSI 900 PSI 800 PSI 900 PSI 2850 PSI
Set Time 20-25 Minutes 6 Minutes 5 Minutes 60 Minutes 5 Minutes 1 Minute
Cure Time 15-24 Hours 4-6 Hours 1 Hour 8 Hours 1 Hour 1 Hour
Color Dark Gray Dark Gray Dark Gray Machine Gray Dark Gray Clear

Customer Reviews

After 24 hours, the clamp is pretty solid.
W. Ng
I will recommend it to anyone looking for a strong Epoxy Glue for bonding plastic, glass or metal surfaces.
The package says that this product has 1001 uses.

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195 of 199 people found the following review helpful By Vivaldi Guy on November 9, 2009
Size Name: 2 oz
and this is great stuff. some pointers
Epoxy glues have a limited shelf life. Buy yours at a small store where the merchandise doesn't move quickly, or keep it 5 years on the shelf and it won't work well. Don't apply it at temperatures below 60 degrees. Spend at least 2 or 3 minutes mixing it. I use a timer to be sure. Surface preparation is the key. It must be completely grease free. I use naptha (lighter fluid) alcohol, and acetone in that order. The surface MUST be rough. I use a file,very rough (#40 or #60) sandpaper or a sharp Exacto blade to make multiple cross hatch cuts- this will even work on most steels. Apply the mix carefully, put the pieces together so they don't move for at least 8 hours.
Do all that and the bond is very strong.
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195 of 206 people found the following review helpful By Stoney TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 28, 2012
Size Name: 2 oz Verified Purchase
When you need a strong rigid workable (e.g. sandable and/or paintable surface) adhesive, particularly for use on metal or hard plastic, epoxy is usually the best choice. Most epoxies dry with little running or shrinkage, and so are good for filling gaps. The major drawback to epoxies is that they consist of two parts (resin and hardener) which must be mixed in small batches, and then applied with your own applicator (e.g., a toothpick or popsicle stick). Some are packaged in a dual-syringe--but that is not an adequate solution, because the components must still be manually mixed in order harden to maximum strength.

JB-Weld is a very strong epoxy cement. JB-Weld is the cement/glue of choice when joining metal parts or filling holes in metals. Otherwise, ordinary epoxy cement or other types of cements/glues are usually better choices. Some other reviewers have complained that the descriptive name "weld" is inappropriate---to some extent that's true. JB Weld can do some jobs welding can't. Conversely some simple welding jobs like joining two thin metal rods at right angles are difficult with JB Weld.

General Principles: Although JB WELD makes an excellent filler---and can even be used to cast small parts, it is not remotely as strong as real metal used this way. Whenever possible, use JB WELD as an adhesive---a very thin layer of JB WELD holding two pieces of metal together. Always reinforce with metal pieces when possible. For example, rather than building up a massive flange with JB Weld, you might be able to use scrap peice of metal to form most of the flange, held in place with JB Weld. The greater the relative surface area of contact, the strong the bond will be.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Jerry H. Bond TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 16, 2011
Size Name: 10 oz Verified Purchase
I've been using J-B Weld for 36 years. For a DIY'er with a house, workshop, vehicles, tractors and mowers, the uses are endless. I keep a supply of both the industrial size as well as the smaller size on hand. However, there is one BIG secret:


If the joining surface of the material to be fused is not prepared correctly, it will NOT work.

First, the surfaces must be roughed up a bit. On steel, iron, aluminum or any metal, I use a course grinding wheel if possible. A file works fine if you have a supply of elbow grease. My favorite method on small surfaces is using a tungsten carbide cutter bit with a Dremel.

Second, clean the surface thoroughly with acetone. Do not use alcohol.

Acetone evaporates in a very few seconds.

Once the surface is dry, apply J-B Weld and allow it to cure. Repairing cracks is a breeze. If I have a broken item in two parts, I rig some sort of jig to keep pressure on the joint while it cures.

With J-B Weld, Liquid Nails, Acetone and fiberglass cloth, there are not too many things that can't be repaired.

I had a concrete fountain bowl that weighed over 200 pounds in the front yard. Weather extremes and age caused it to break in half on the pedestal. My failure to keep the drainage holes clean in winter might have had something to do with it. I cleaned it up, propped up one half on its side, covered both halves thoroughly and liberally J-B Weld and placed the halves together. I allowed them to sit there and cure for a week. I then covered both sides with a thick layer of exterior construction Liquid Nails and allowed it to dry another week before placing the heavy bowl back on the pedestal. That was over a year ago.
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55 of 63 people found the following review helpful By John A. Lucier on April 8, 2011
Size Name: 2 oz
I think little elaboration is necessary after seeing other good reviews.
I have used this stuff over 20 years, probably gone through a half dozen of the industrial size packs. Saved many things from the dumpster by fixing them instead. Love the water cleanup and non toxic thing, I usually end up wearing stuff like liquid nails and PL construction adhesive which removes skin, I can be a big happy mess with JB weld and wash it right off me and my tools. In short, no credible home handyman OR professional should be without this around.
Like another user I fixed a radiator with it, a neighbor's nissan 240sx. He rear ended some guy and broke the top, about a 3" long fissure along the base of the fill spout (the plastic part) 2 years later when he moved to ohio and drove it the 1500 miles there it still hadn't leaked a drop.
I remember the packages in the old days used to have these outrageous testimonials like "I fixed the axle of my 10 ton farm tractor" and at first I'm all "get outta here, how is that possible?" but with proper prep,(roughing up to give it something to latch onto) cleaning, thorough and accurate mixture (if you err it's probably better to be light in the hardener not heavy) and good long cure time (I give it twice the max if possible and never play with it while it's drying) I don't think those claims were at all absurd any more.
If you don't have JB weld you aren't fixing things as good as those of us that do. Can I say that?

Fun tip: if JB weld is running away from where you want it to be in warm weather after applying, you can use a strong (like rare earth) magnet to draw it back toward where you like. Or take your magnet and hold it under a piece of aluminum plate and move it around just for giggles. It's steel!
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