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QuikPlastik®

QuikPlastik

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QuikPlastik Epoxy Putty Stick is a hand-kneadable, fast-setting polymer compound for permanent repairs to most major plastic types. It does not adhere to polyethylene, polypropylene and some other plastics. When unsure of product type, an adhesion test will confirm suitability. QuikPlastik also bonds to metal, wood, glass and masonry. It comes in a handy "Tootsie-roll®" form with the curing agent encapsulated in the contrasting color base material.

How to use:
 
Before applying, roughen and clean area to be repaired. Wear impermeable gloves before handling or mixing uncured material. Then follow these easy steps.
Cut off required amount of QuikPlastik
1. Cut off required amount.
Mix QuikPlastik to uniform color
2. Mix to uniform color
with gloved fingers.
Apply QuikPlastik to repair surface within 10 minutes
3. Apply to repair surface
within 10 minutes.

QuikPlastik has a 20 to 25 minute worklife. Functional cure occurs in 2 to 3 hours. QuikPlastik is not intended for structural applications.

 
Benefits:
   
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Will not shrink or pull away.

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Putty-like consistency eliminates drips and runs for a "no mess" application.

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No tools required for use.

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One hour after application can be drilled, sawed, sanded, filed, tapped, machined or painted.

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National Sanitation FoundationCertified to Standard 61 by The National Sanitation Foundation for use in contact with drinking water.

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Conforms to ASTM D-4236.


Typical applications:
 

Seal leaks in ABS
and PVC pipes

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Seal leaks in PVC and ABS plastic plumbing pipes.

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Rebuild rigid and semi-flexible plastics.

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Reattach automotive trim.

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Repair gouges and cuts in vinyl siding.

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Join plastic downspouts and gutters.

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Rebuild appliance knobs and handles.