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VersaChem® Muffler Weld® Repair & Sealer, 10103, 6.5 Oz.

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VersaChem® Muffler Weld® Repair & Sealer, 10103, 6.5 Oz.

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VersaChem® Muffler Weld® Repair & Sealer, 00103, 6.5 Oz.

Muffler Weld® Repair and Sealer Seals is a black sodium silicate based sealer for mufflers and tailpipes that will resist high temperatures. Sets like a weld, remarkable adhesion to clean or rusted surfaces.

For Use On:
  • Metal
  • Wood
  • Glass
  • Ceramic
  • Concrete
  • Stone
  • China
  • Plastic
  • Fiberglass

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Product Specifications

    • COLOR FINISHDark Gray
    • DESCRIPTIONMuffler Repair & Sealer
    • SIZE6.5 Oz. Can
    • TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE1000°F (Continuous) and 1500°F (Intermittent)
    • BRANDVersaChem®

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Your review: I used this as a last resort to fix a long crack 1/4 inch wide along a seam in my muffler. Followed the directions. The next day (20 hrs) started it up and quiet as a mouse. Its still early but working like a charm. Just follow the directions and wait like it says don't jump right in thinking the heat from the muffler will dry it. Let it cure.

Pros: Easy to put on. I used surgical gloves and used my fingers to push it into the cracks and smooth it out.

Cons: A small plastic putty knife added would be nice. Other then that no cons.

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