CRC Minute Mend
Minute Mend is a versatile epoxy putty packaged in a convenient one piece stick for immediate, permanent repairs. It can be used to reshape, rebuild or permanently repair a variety of surfaces and applications. It is hand-kneadable and mixes in just one minute. Minute Mend is ideal to permanently repair scratches, gouges and holes, to perform routine electrical jobs and to stops leaks. It can be used for plumbing, electrical, ceramic, vehicle and machinery repair
Once fully cured Minute Mend epoxy putty can be sanded, filed, tapped, sawed, drilled, machined, stained or painted. It also bonds to both wet and dry surfaces.
Features & Benefits
Convenient – Easy, no mess and is ready to use in less than one minute
Multiple Uses – Ideal to reshape, rebuild, or permanently repair a variety of surfaces and applications.
Cures steel hard.
Will not sag, run or drip
Good adhesive strength
Good gap filling properties
Excellent anchoring properties
Versatile – Bonds tenaciously to fiberglass, metal, wood, steel, aluminium, concrete, ceramic, plastic and glass.
Specially Formulated – Bonds to both wet and dry surfaces and can be applied under water.
After full cure, Minute Mend epoxy putty can be sanded, tapped, sawed, drilled, machined, stained or painted.
Heat resistant to 120⁰C continuously or 177⁰C intermittently.
No Fire or Flash Point – Safe for use in many applications.
M.S.D.[L.]™-Material Safety Data Label Provides instant access to current safety information should an accident or OSHA inspection occur. Helps comply with OSHA Hazard Communications Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200.
To permanently repair scratches, gouges and holes in drums, tanks, castings, molds, sinks, tubs and leaky gaskets
To perform routine electrical jobs such as mounting terminal blocks, packing wires and repairing breaker boxes
To seal and stop leaks, even under water – Gutters, downpipes etc.
To be used in plumbing, electrical, ceramic, as well as vehicle and machinery repair.
To repair and replace – Timber, metal, masonry, many plastics and ceramics.
To mend – Appliances, sports equipment, toys etc.
To patch – Chipped concrete, bricks, floors, blocks…
To form – Missing parts, knobs…
To anchor – Screws, housings, bolts…
To attach – Signs, fixtures….
To balance table/chair/desk legs…
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