|Item Weight||1.44 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 4 x 7 inches|
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|Item model number||8267-S|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
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J-B Weld 8267-S SteelStik Steel Reinforced Epoxy Putty Stick - 2 oz
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- The product is steelstik epoxy stick
- Easy and simple use kit
- The product is manufactured in United states
- Steel reinforced epoxy putty repairs anything made of metal
- Will cure on wet and dry surfaces, even completely submerged in gasoline or water
- Can be drilled, filed, tapped, machined and painted
- Sets in 5 min, cures in 1 hour
- Strength of 900 PSI
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|Tensile Strength||3960 PSI||2424 PSI||900 PSI||800 PSI||900 PSI||2850 PSI|
|Set Time||4-6 Hours||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|
J-B Weld SteelStik Epoxy Putty Stick
SteelStik is a hand-mixable, steel-reinforced, non-rusting epoxy putty that quickly repairs or rebuilds anything made of metal. After mixing, it forms an industrial-strength polymer compound that can be molded into shapes or used to build up, patch and repair steel components. SteelStik sets in 3-5 minutes and after 60 minutes, can be drilled, tapped, machined, ground, filed and painted. SteelStik cures to a dark grey color, is rated at a tensile strength of 900 PSI and will withstand temperatures up to 300 degrees F.
1. Cut:Remove required amount of putty.
2. Mix: Thoroughly knead putty with fingers to a uniform color.
3. Apply: Press putty firmly to the surface to be repaired.
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Easy to use.
Not only bonds well but fast....but not TOO fast.
You just slice off an amount you need of the two part putty. One grey part putty on the outside (hardener I think) with another black part putty (epoxy) on the inside...or maybe it's the other way around.
When you are ready you begin kneading the two parts together until they are one color.
At this point you have 3 minutes to finish working with the epoxy until it's too hard, at according to the instructions.
I had maybe double that time in actuality but don't count on that.
I used this to actually mold a replacement part of sorts.
Part of a plastic handle on a folding knife had broken right where the blade hinges and folds out.
The instructions say that the epoxy will set in about 3 minutes but I had somewhat more time even after.
I had enough time to apply the epoxy putty and work it into a very close approximation of the original part that had broken off the plastic handle.
I did have a mirror image to go by from the unbroken other half of the handle.
Later after letting is fully set, some grinding with a Dremel tool was all that was needed to get the epoxy to look rather close to the original parts shape.It set quit hard but I was still able to grind it to shape without too much trouble, but it was far harder than the original plastic handle.
A little paint and you now have to look close to see the repair. It's mostly noticeable from the difference in surface texture with is more ceramic like.
I liked LEAST JB's KwikWeld. You mix it and work it, and then suddenly it hardens up TOO rapidly. And this happened each time. So sticking with this SteelStik and PC-11!