Epoxy glue for metal is a long-lasting adhesive, designed to create permanent bonding.This epoxy is the strongest of the reactive adhesives and is resistant to high temperatures, solvents, UV light, and impact. Epoxy cures in two to 60 minutes (longer is stronger), reaching full strength in 24 hours.
●Waterproof, sandable, paintable.
●Easy to operate: Squeeze it to the right amount according to your needs,
and then apply it to the place that needs to be repaired.
●Good viscosity: 5 minutes working time, 24 hours curing time, permanent molding,
not easy to peel off.
●Multi-purpose repair: hard plastic, metal, fiberglass, wood, ceramic, leather, paper.
●Fill voids and bond uneven and vertical surfaces to form a dense surface without air bubbles.
●Please use within two years, and it can be permanently fixed after use. If you have any other questions,
please feel free to contact us.
How to cure
Use a hot air gun, heat lamp, or other heat sources to warm the resin and hardener before mixing or after the epoxy is applied.
At room temperature, supplemental heat is useful when a quicker cure is desired. Warning! Curing epoxy generates heat.
Use temperature range
Depending on the curing agent, epoxy resins can be used over the temperature range − 50 to 260 °C.
Epoxy adhesives based on multifunctional resins can be used up to ~ 225 °C. Shear strengths will typically
be between 35 and 70 MPa.
1: Clean up the areas that need to be repaired.
2: Remove the liquid epoxy glue, squeeze the amount as needed, and mix gently.
3: Apply the product to the area to be repaired within 2-4 minutes, apply smoothing with hardwood chips.
4: Wait 24 hours, the liquid epoxy glue is fully cured and the product is repaired. At this point, you can polish and modify it as needed.
5: If the product has remaining, you can cover the product mouth with the included cover to ensure normal use next time.
Epoxy glue and super glue are two completely different products. Epoxy glue is a two-part adhesive composed of resin and hardener. Super glue is a one-component cyanoacrylate adhesive that hardens rapidly with exposure to moisture in the air.
Epoxy is a permanent adhesive used on many types of surfaces, from plastic to metal. Once epoxy has hardened, you need to remove it with a chemical remover.
1. Dip a soft cloth in acetone or nail polish remover.
2. Place on top of the epoxy and let it soak in for 15 minutes.
3. Remove the soft cloth and wipe the area with it
4. Use a razor blade to scrape off the softened glue.
5. Clean the glass with glass cleaner or soap and water.
Use warm soapy water or vinegar to wipe your hands, until the resin softens enough that you can peel it off.