|Item Weight||3.2 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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So far it's been a solid purchase. The brackets have essential become part of the frame, couldn't budge it if I wanted to. It's held up under the rain and sun and I don't see that changing.
A few words of advice: mix the epoxy outside, it smells awful, and I am sure you wouldn't want to be inhaling that anyways. Also, it dries within about 5 minutes so you must use it quickly. Be careful of using too much, I had some get on the outside of the bracket, and that's not coming off.
Overall would recommend
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. :)
When used properly with braised metal surfaces which have been cleaned, this glue will work nearly to the force of a light weld.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does not work. I roughed up both surfaces, applied the epoxy and used clamps to hold it together. Did everything to make it work. It did not hold for even a minute. Read morePublished 12 days ago by scouter
I've had a hole in my dirt bike engine case for years. It's on the transmission side. I've used jb weld for years to patch it. It holds pretty well for about a year. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pooparama
THIS IS THE BEST I;VE FOUND FOR GENERAL BODY FILL WORK; PEP BOYS USED TO CARRY BUT NO LONGER; THEY REPLACED IT WITH SOME JUNK.Published 2 months ago by GEEP
Had high hope for this to repair cracked metal joint. When putting it on, it dried fast and look great. However, once I exert pressure on the joint, it broke off. Read morePublished 3 months ago by James C. Wong
You can not find better than this. There was broken metal piece on exterior gate. We screwed in. but after few months it got loose. We tried so many different glue but non work. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JJ
The windshield wiper on my 1977 New Yorker broke clean off from the spindle, completely stripped with no teeth left what so ever. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ryan R.