|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.1 x 3.8 x 8 inches|
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|Item model number||84109|
|Manufacturer Part Number||84109|
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Permatex 84109 PermaPoxy 4 Minute Multi-Metal Epoxy, 0.84 oz.
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- Versatile, easy-to-use, multi-metal epoxy adhesive
- Two-part adhesive and filler system that eliminates the need for welding or brazing
- Sets in four minutes with no clamping needed
- Resistant to water and solvents, with a permanent strength up to 4500 PSI
- Suggested Applications: Ideal for complex, multi-piece assemblies. Bonds rigid materials including aluminum, brass, chrome, copper, iron, stainless steel, steel. Use to seal welded seams, fills metal cracks, mount metal components
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Top Customer Reviews
This stuff is specifically made to bond metal to metal, and it works really well.
It smells pretty gross, but this has been my experience with pretty much any epoxy glue, sooooo deal with it? It only takes a few minutes to put it together, and it doesn't smell once it's dry, don't worry.
I bought this to reattach some one-sided dummy doorknobs that had fallen off (Cuz you have to pull. To get the door open. Stupid door design. Ugh.) and it's holding up like a rock. I'm probably going to have to do the other side soon (only one was loose when I first bought this item). I also used it to fix some towel holders that had decided to separate from their bases.
It comes with directions, but if you've forgotten them: mix as much as you need 1:1 (I used a piece of cardboard and a toothpick), apply it to the surface (again with said toothpick--use whatever you want, as long as it's disposable), hold the two items you're bonding together (I think there's a timing chart in the instructions, but I'm bad at following official instructions so I just did 30s, and then used masking tape to leave some tension to hold the parts together).
Don't attach things that you don't want to be permanently attached to each other, obviously. :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like the quick set time of this epoxy and it's comparable to JB Weld. I *think* it's a little _less_ than JB Weld in terms of strength but they're pretty close and I haven't... Read morePublished 9 days ago by DebbieS26
I have used this on all sorts of stuff. Works great. Stinks to high heavens but that's to be expectedPublished 2 months ago by Molly
Works well a bit stronger than my other clear epoxy resins that I use.Published 2 months ago by Larry
First, let me say I've made a thousand plus purchases on Amazon and never positively reviewed a product. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kent Buhrman
HD a small metal pipe leak that grew the more i tried to tighten it, I had to rush and but this and it has done a great job in sealing the small hole in the copper pipe without so... Read morePublished 2 months ago by KKhirfan
Dries pretty quickly, and works well so far. Easy to sand and smooth.Published 3 months ago by Steve Z Straus
Didn't work for my application. I think it might work on some projects but mine was not a success with this product.Published 3 months ago by Evan Martin