|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 2.2 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||QB2|
|Manufacturer Part Number||QB2|
Q-Bond QB2 Repair Kit
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Q Bond Repairs almost anything Q Bond ULTRA STRONG Adhesive and Filling Powders Q Bond can be used just as an adhesive or with reinforcing powders that will allow you to repair almost anything Uses :- Black Powder to repair Bumper Grilles Radiators Motorcycle Fairings Electrical Switches Door Handles Distributor caps and so much more Grey Aluminum Powder Cracks on engine casings heat resistant up to 180 C Computers Office Equipment Cracked Plastics Cracked Metals Oil Resistant PACK CONTAINS 2 x 10 ml Adhesive 1 x Black Powder 1 x Grey Powder.
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The front cover of my treadmill came out during our last move. It is screwed to the body of the treadmill with 4 screws (2 front and 2 back). Four plastic pieces broke off from the cover at points at which the screws attach the cover to the treadmill. To glue the pieces back to the cover was not an easy job because there is too much stress on the joints when the treadmill vibrates (specially at higher speeds) or when the cover has to move (when you increase incline). I have joined several broken plastic pieces before and several products in the market can do simple jobs. However, this was very different and challenging.
I tried two products (one cheap and the expensive "Strongest" joint) to attach the broken pieces, but they were not strong enough to withstand the stress from operating the treadmill. It broke every time and the new cover was $200- something I was unwilling to pay. I had given up and was using duct tape to keep the cover on the motor. Coincidentally, I saw a YouTube video showing this product. I liked the fact that it came with a powder that can reinforce the weak spot, so I decided to give it a try.
I scrapped off all the old glue (very important) and cleaned the surface with rubbing alcohol and let it fully dry. In the first stage, I used just a few (4-5) glue drops to join the pieces, making sure that they are exactly where they are supposed to be. It works VERY fast, so you need to be ready with how the joint should look like before you start. Caution: The "glue" is sort of watery and does not join the surfaces till it is dry (which is fairly quick). So it may appear like that it is not working, but if you hold it for a minute or so, it is done. If it is a simple job, you are done now. You need to go through the second stage, only if you need to make it "bullet-proof" and aesthetics are not that important. I needed the added reinforcement so I went to the second stage, after waiting for about an hour. I poured the powder around the dried joint. The powder is very fine, so take your time. I used a fine brush to fully cover the joint area with the powder making sure that I do not create a high heap anywhere. Wear a nose mask, as strong fumes will come out at this time. One at a time, put the glue drops on top of the powder very carefully making sure that it fully penetrates the powder without moving it. Leave it in the open dry place for an hour or so and you are done.
1. Work outside the house.
2. Use gloves, if possible. Use recommended cleaners to get the stuff off your hands.
3. Use nose mask and stay clear of the fumes that come out when pouring glue on the powder.
My treadmill is holding very well after more than three months of usage at all speeds and inclines. It appears that the cover will not break at those spots again.
BTW, it is made in Republic of South Africa and I will highly recommend the product.
My trunk release hatch was broken for my prius and it's either I spend 400 dollars to get a replacement and paint or use 12 dollars to fix it myself. It does look half a** job but it works great.. i think it's stronger than what it used to be because of black powder..
anyways here are some of the picture..
A guy at work told me about this stuff. It works really well. He was telling me they had a hole in an oil pan from a bolt getting tightened down too much. They were able to fix the hole in the oil pan with the Q Bond. It held until the new pan arrived, which was around a week or so. After hearing that I knew I needed some. I'm constantly having stuff break and can barely fix it with Gorilla Glue or superglue.
I had a belt buckle that was shipped to me and broken in transit. I got a refund on it so it was free. I figured I might as well try to fix it. The stud that goes in the belt hole was broken off. I used gray powder Q Bond to put the stud back on the belt buckle. As seen in the picture it is holding fine. That is a pretty big deal since that stud has a lot of force on it once placed in the belt hole.
I had a piece of plastic break off my cup holder lid in the car. The lif would no longer stay closed since the piece of plastic was what locked it into place. I used this product to place the plastic piece back on. It held just fine and the lid now operates as it should. No other glue would give such a clean fix.
Don't glue your fingers together! The liquid glue sets up quickly. I almost lost a finger to the buckle. Really though, I did have to pull it off pretty quick. It is faster setting than super glue. I will use more caution next time and shouldn't have any problems.
I like the little box that everything comes in. I'm keeping it in there to keep it organized. Everything comes with two little thumbtacks to scuff up the surface before you work on it. A scuffed surface holds the powder better and allows you to get the liquid to it. With proper powder placement you will have a clean fix. Like I said before, like no other glue that I've tried provides this.
The cowl on my F-150 has been messed up since the day I got it. The two pieces always wanted to separate and the driver side rise up. I could snap it back together but it wouldn't hold very long. I got tired of fooling with it. I put Q Bond down in between those two cowl pieces and now it is held together. I haven't had it come back apart since I did this.
I've already recommended this to a lot of people. Especially when I see that someone is trying to fix something or has something broke. I will be keeping this stuff on hand from now on. I'm just surprised I hadn't heard of it until recently, especially since it works so well.
Q Bond was exactly what I needed; it saved me from having to buy a new $100+ wristband for my watch. I have a Citizen Eco-Drive U100 dive watch. My adorable doggie chewed the thick rubber wristband which resulted in a tear one side all the way to one of the holes. The wristbands on these watches are heavy duty which leads to having to pull hard to fit it on your wrist properly. The rip was bound to grow to the point I was going to lose half my band. Along came this excellent product. I was skeptical the repair was going to hold up to the rough pulling and bending this strap endures when you put it on and take it off. There is nothing gentle about putting this watch on.
I repaired my watch in July 2015, we are in April 2015 my watch still doesn't need a new wristband. I am not gentle with the repair I actually bend and pull on it every so often just to marvel at how good a bond this adhesive has made. This product created a very flexible bond; I don't feel any additional rigidity in the area that was repaired.
I will warn that if you are finicky about aesthetics you need to be careful with the amount of product you use, it does not come off easily. As well it shouldn't it’s supposed to be a tough cookie.
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Also, you don't have a lot of fiddling time, it bonds quickly. Do make sure you let it set for a good while though.