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Devcon® Plastic Welder™, 22045, 25ml Syringe

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Devcon® Plastic Welder™, 22045, 25ml Syringe

Item #: WBB967548

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Devcon® Plastic Welder™, 22045, 25ml Syringe

Plastic bonding system that is even stronger than epoxy. 3,500 psi, sets in 15 minutes. Bonds plastic to plastic, plastic to metal, and metals to metals. Thick formula fills gaps, is high impact and water resistant, easy to mix and requires minimal surface preparation. The final adhesive bond is designed to be load bearing and resistant to weathering, humidity and wide temperature variations. Minimal surface preparation. Non-sagging formula.

For Use On:
  • Hard Plastic
  • Styrene
  • PVC
  • Acrylic
  • Ceramic
  • Concrete
  • Fiberglass
  • Metal
  • Vinyl
  • Wood

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Product Specifications

    • DESCRIPTIONAdhesive
    • COLORCream
    • SIZE.84 Oz. (25ml) Syringe, Carded
    • SET TIME10-15 Minutes
    • HANDLING TIME4-5 Minutes
    • CURE TIME24 Hours
    • BRANDDevcon®

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Your review: Everything I've used this on has held. It is really a superior adhesive for plastic. I've repaired a crack in an interior panel on a car, to repair a broken plastic pull grip on an extension pole, to held a permanent magnet to a Kobalt light tool (it had 4 but they were not strong enough), and many other things I can't quickly remember. If you do a lot of handy work you ought to get one and have it available to try the next time you need to glue plastic.

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