Araldite 2-Tubes Standard Epoxy, 15 ml £3.45 delivered @ Falcon workshop supplies @ Amazon
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Araldite 2-Tubes Standard Epoxy, 15 ml £3.45 delivered @ Falcon workshop supplies @ Amazon

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Found 24th Mar
This is Araldite's strongest home adhesive. This is TWO 15ml tubes. Some sellers seem to be selling 6mm tubes. The best adhesive for rigid materials such as metal ceramics and plastic. Mix equal amounts then leave to set for two days. It can be obtained as two joined syringes but they always seem to leak.
This is (I think) the cheapest price. You can pay over £5. It was delivered from this supplier within a few days
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Not much good if you have only one tube is it?
joyf453610 m ago

Not much good if you have only one tube is it?



Meaning?
jasee1 h, 3 m ago

Meaning?


It's an epoxy adhesive which come in two parts that must be mixed and applied immediately and left to set, having one tube means it's an incomplete set and will not work.
polarbaba2 m ago

It's an epoxy adhesive which come in two parts that must be mixed and …It's an epoxy adhesive which come in two parts that must be mixed and applied immediately and left to set, having one tube means it's an incomplete set and will not work.



Did anybody suggest that? A joke?
jasee57 m ago

Did anybody suggest that? A joke?



Yes, you did, when you emphasized the word TWO
Byek_Itsarumdo1 h, 33 m ago

Yes, you did, when you emphasized the word TWO



(Sigh) What could be clearer then TWO 15ml bottles and 'Mix equal amounts'
jasee13 h, 28 m ago

(Sigh) What could be clearer then TWO 15ml bottles and 'Mix equal amounts'


Woosh
jamhops42 m ago

Woosh



Good
I'm not here to make friends, fortunately this isn't facebook, just to post and find good deals when I can
i use these but find they are fiddly to mix and takes a long time to dry, so i am now using the locite 60 seconds glue, which is much better and dries more quickly.
jasee3 h, 2 m ago

GoodI'm not here to make friends, fortunately this isn't facebook, just to …GoodI'm not here to make friends, fortunately this isn't facebook, just to post and find good deals when I can


Yet You are checking me out?

So I will explain it as you seem to be lashing out to cover your confusion. You highlight that TWO tubes are included as if it's special but it isn't it's necessary and one tube would be useless.

Now you're in on the joke and don't need to check me out anymore. Good day to you.
mutley13 h, 2 m ago

i use these but find they are fiddly to mix and takes a long time to dry, …i use these but find they are fiddly to mix and takes a long time to dry, so i am now using the locite 60 seconds glue, which is much better and dries more quickly.



I think you'll find it isn't as strong. It's a different type. I use in primarily on porcelain mixed with a little pigment colour. It's also good for encapsulating soldered connections for instance. Repairs to rigid plastic.
jasee2 m ago

I think you'll find it isn't as strong. It's a different type. I use in …I think you'll find it isn't as strong. It's a different type. I use in primarily on porcelain mixed with a little pigment colour. It's also good for encapsulating soldered connections for instance. Repairs to rigid plastic.


possibly, but i don't find this to give a strong bond either so they are pretty similar to me.
jasee1 h, 0 m ago

I think you'll find it isn't as strong. It's a different type. I use in …I think you'll find it isn't as strong. It's a different type. I use in primarily on porcelain mixed with a little pigment colour. It's also good for encapsulating soldered connections for instance. Repairs to rigid plastic.



Just an up for Milliput not a liquid so not as fine a repair but damn good, for porcelain or enamel that's chipped works well, did a repair on enamel sink that had a bad chipped edge worked a treat with the white superfine one...

amazon.co.uk/Mil…PSN

Ordered thanks jasee.
Edited by: "morrig" 25th Mar
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