J-B Weld 8267-S SteelStik Epoxy Putty
J-B SteelStik is a hand-mixable, steel-reinforced, non-rusting epoxy putty that quickly repairs or rebuilds anything made of metal. Once mixed, it forms an industrial-strength polymer compound that can be used to build up, patch, and repair steel components. SteelStik sets in 3-5 minutes and after an hour, can be drilled, tapped, machined, ground, filed, and painted. SteelStik will withstand temperatures up to 300ºF and will cure to a dark grey color. SteelStik is great for uses including automotive,metal, under water, exhaust, stripped threads, rust damage and more!
- Strength: 900 PSI
- Set time: 3-5 minutes
- Cure time: 1 hour
- Cure color: dark grey
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