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Loctite Instant Mix Epoxy - Loctite® Epoxy Instant Mix™ 5 Minute is a two-part adhesive consisting of an epoxy resin and a hardener. When mixed in equal volumes, the resin and hardener react to produce a tough, rigid, high strength bond, which starts to set in 5 minutes and reaches handling strength in 1 hour. The static mix nozzle delivers a uniform mixture of resin and hardener every time. It can be used as an adhesive for a wide range of materials or as a versatile filler for gap bonding, surface repairs and laminating. Loctite® Epoxy Instant Mix™ 5 Minute does not shrink and is resistant to water and most common solvents. It can be tinted with earth pigments, cement or sand for color matching and can be sanded and drilled.
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It comes with two dispenser tubes that are very helpful but can only be used once, so you have to use all of the glue (0.5oz) (about one tablespoon full) in two sittings. I could not find a way to clean out the tube and reuse even with flushing immediately with solvent.
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Q:Will this product work to hold a side-view mirror to its plastic backing on the outside mirror assembly?
Q:CAN I USE IN A FISH TANK ? IS IT TOXIC TO THE FISH
Q:There are a couple of rubber pieces that hold my golf cart split windshield in place while driving but have fallen off. I want to know if your loctite epoxy is appropriate to fixing them back together. The rubber pieces are flat and attach directly to the windshield surface.
A:I work in a Research Laboratory and we use this epoxy for just about everything from plastic to metal. I do not know if you are talking about a hard rubberized plastic piece or soft rubber. This epoxy will work on glass and hard plastic. It sticks less well to porous objects. It has many uses for home also. I would definitely try it on the problem you have. If it does not work for this problem, it certainly will for some other one. I can not think of anything else that might work better, unless you contact an auto parts store. They may recommend some kind of glue.
Q:Can you use this on vinyle? ( on a golf bag)
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