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Mighty Putty 3-Pack

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  • Fill it
  • Mold it to anything
  • Seals leaks
  • Supports up to 350 pounds
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Mighty Putty 3-Pack + Mighty Fix It Tape As Seen On TV, 3 Rools + J-B Weld 8277 WaterWeld Underwater Epoxy Putty - 2 oz
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 5.8 x 6.8 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0018Z0QUK
  • Item model number: MP1000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,473 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Now you can repair any job big or small, thanks to Mighty Putty. Mighty Putty is great for anything from your smallest craft projects to your largest home improvements. The easy way to fix, fill and seal almost any surface, and make it last. Mighty Putty is a powerful bonding epoxy stick that you can mold to any shape and can apply to any surface for an everlasting bond. Simply cut, activate and apply then all you do is let It dry.


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Customer Reviews

It would cost more to return it than it was worth.
Craig L. Harris
I'm giving this product zero stars, since the company charged my credit card but never sent the item.
peabody0731
When trying to patch a leaking pipe, the putty did stick but dried up and fell off the pipe.
Ms. Nuhfer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Ai-ling on September 8, 2009
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**Really requires surface prep and tack time**

I too was disappointed with my first usage of this product, finding that it didn't bond at all, but didn't give up and after re-reading the directions and following TO THE LETTER, I am very pleased with the results I have gotten. I've used this stuff for ALL KINDS of things since - crafts and improvised solutions. When used properly it is strong enough to hold together my car's cracked front bumper and after sanding and painting is undetectable. I will concede that it takes a bit of practice to work with, but it has proved very versatile and useful enough that I want to always have at least one tube of the stuff in the tool kit at all times.

For those who are having troubles, I have found that in order for the stuff to adhere well it really requires the surfaces to be roughened so that it can grip well - its a no-go on anything smooth.

Also, the step of "working it in" to the surface to be bonded is very important. This is not a set-it/forget it product, as it takes a couple of minutes to realy get tacky at all enough to even stick, which means that it rubs off the part you just rubbed on when trying to push it into place, but then once it starts to grab it becomes a little easier to work with. You will know that activation has begun and time is short when the product begins to warm slightly, so make sure to be ready before starting or it will harden before you finish.

I have also discovered it is easiest to work with in very thin slices of the "log" that are evenly cut to ensure a proper mix - I will start a tube by slicing it like a salami with a razor blade into pieces no thicker than a 1/4 inch (often smaller)as this speeds activation and is easier to work.
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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful By C. Wallace on February 18, 2008
Followed the directions carefully to hang a small towel bar just like the picture shows on the package. Within 5 minutes everything crashed to the floor. So I started over, even taped the towel bar in place for extra support. Waited 24 hours to remove the tape, instant crash to the floor. This stuff doesn't work, AND they give you one glove, not 2, for those of us with sensitive skin. It is hard to knead with just one hand.
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38 of 49 people found the following review helpful By J. Heidloff on February 5, 2008
The company that sent it was good. It came on time etc. The product is not a new product as the TV add would make it seem. There are other brands on the market at Ace etc. just as good and they work the same. By the time you get the stuff mixed your arthritis is starting to act up.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Mary E. Cuzzocrea on February 16, 2008
I tried to hang a small light weight piece of wood shelf to the inside of a cabinet and it would not work. I also tried to re-attach a ceramic pices from a cookie car lid and it would not work. I want to send it back. Can you help me do this nad get me my money back? Do you provide free shipping?
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39 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Craze Master Craze on February 22, 2008
I work for a mechanical contractor and can tell you that this stuff is exactly like something called "thumb gum". it can seal basic things like out door electrical connections or small holes in concrete, but to count on it to hold things to the wall or water under pressure? come on!

look in consumer reports, they do a article on this guy. his products are a joke. i think he's vying to become the milky way galaxy's representative for the Douche Bag of the Universe Award!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Barbara on January 25, 2009
Save your money. I had a small leak on the house rain gutter. I used one tube No Luck, I used a second tube No Luck. Need I say a third tube No Luck. I let it dry for over a week. Then it rained, the water came right through. A waste of money. I give mighty putty zero stars.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By L. Turner on June 5, 2008
First of all, don't order it, you can purchase at Target and Bed Bath & Beyond for 9.99. If you must order, go to e-bay and order from a reputable source.

Oh ya, the stuff stinks, but only until it is dry - open a window while using. They only give you one glove - so, I cut off a small amount and put it into a baggie, closed the bag and kneaded until well blended. This worked better than the glove approach, as I have severe arthritis.

I bought this originally to fix a leg on an antique vanity stool that my husband was supposed to weld back together 2 years ago. I was shocked, as the putty began working within minutes. You need to use more putty than you think to secure the pieces together - or whatever you are mending. Once it is dry, sand it to the desired shape/size and paint over to hide.

I used the putty to bond 3 separate places on the U shaped detatched leg --secured each place with painters tape while it dried. Once the putty was completely dry - about 1 hour - the stool withheld my weight -- 124 lbs., and the smell dissappeared as it dried. (So, don't be discouraged by the smell -- all weld bonds stink.)

I then repaired the wooden leg of our t.v. tray stand, a wrought iron clock that had fallen off the wall and come unsoldered. (Guess I should have hung it with a specialty wall hook advertised on t.v. too!)

Now I'm on the hunt for other broken items in the house before the opened tube goes dry!!

The stuff is amazing. I have not tried to hang anything on the wall yet, but am thinking of adhering soapstone tiles to the wall as little shelves in the shower. I have no doubt that it will work well there as well!

I am 100% impressed with the stuff. For me, it worked better than JB Weld!

Laura
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