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Bob Smith Industries BSI-201 Clear Quik-Cure Epoxy (4.5 oz. Combined)
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|Lower Temperature Rating||-40|
|Upper Temperature Rating||180|
|UPC||007336201002 , 707336201087|
|Brand Name||Bob Smith Industries|
|EAN||7535001808148 , 0007336201002 , 0707336201087|
|Full Cure Time||10|
|Number of Items||1|
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QUIK-CURE 5 min. epoxy cures to a slightly flexible consistency. This lack of brittleness allows it to form a lasting bond in areas subjected to high vibration or stress. QUIK-CURE shouldn’t be used in areas that are subject to long-term immersion in water; however, it works fine for the internal structure of wood framed boats. QUIK-CURE is our only epoxy on which you can apply polyester resins. It can be mixed with micro balloons to form a quick setting putty. Items bonded with QUIK-CURE can be handled after 15 minutes. Full strength is reached in 1 hour. Directions in 5 different languages.
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Other than the longer-than-expected cure time, I'm very happy with this epoxy. It bonds very well to glass; I applied a small test amount on a mirror which I was unable to chip off after 2 days. However it did not make a permanent bond to most of the plastics I've tried (many plastics are notoriously difficult to bond and require a specialty plastic adhesive).
The epoxy resin (black bottle) has virtually no smell, but the hardener (red bottle) has a horrible smell which thankfully dissipates by the time the mixture is fully cured. It would be better if the tiny caps were tethered with a strip of plastic to prevent losing them - like some plastic condiment bottles are.
If you've never tried 2-part epoxy before, it's a great alternative to cyanoacrylate/super glue for some uses - especially those requiring a thicker bead or larger amounts of adhesive. When unmixed, it doesn't dry out like most glues do, so its shelf life should be years. And you get a much larger amount for the money.
This stuff is rock hard (after curing) seems very durable, and if your surfaces are clean it bonds very permanently. Nice tops that include a little inside cap so the separate epoxy & hardener don't evaporate. TIP: don't thro those out. Set them aside and don't allow them to touch one another. Keep them so you can take the top off and return them inside the cap for storage. If you do this, these small bottles will likely go a long way. You don't need much and its tough stuff.